How much fuel does a King Air 200 burn per hour?
Similarly one may ask, how much fuel does a King Air burn per hour?
Direct Hourly Costs The King Air 250 burns approximately 134.55 gallons of fuel per hour. At $5.00 a gallon, that's $672.75 per hour. Maintenance on the King Air 250 is $421.94 per hour, on average, including $170.54 for the airframe and $251.40 for the engine/APU.
Additionally, how much fuel does a King 200 hold? Specifications
|1974 Beechcraft Super King Air 200|
|Fuel Capacity||549 gallons|
|Recommended Engine Fuels||JP-4; JP-5; JP-8; Jet A; Jet A-1; Jet B|
|Fuel Burn-Maximum Cruise Power at ISA||S.L.- 1016 lbs./hr 12,000 ft- 890 lbs./hr 24,000 ft- 620 lbs./hr 33,000 ft- 436 lbs./hr|
Thereof, how much fuel does a King Air c90 burn?
|1966 Beechcraft King Air 65-A90||1981 Beechcraft King Air C90|
|Fuel Capacity||384 gallons||384 gallons|
|Recommended Engine Fuels||JP-4; JP-5; Jet A; Jet A-1; Jet B||JP-4; JP-5; Jet A; Jet A-1; Jet B|
|Fuel Burn-Maximum Cruise Power at ISA||Unknown||Unknown|
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How much does a King Air 200 cost?
Based on 450 annual owner-operated hours and $4.25-per-gallon fuel cost, the BEECHCRAFT King Air 200 has total variable costs of $710,662.50, total fixed costs of $293,139.00, and an annual budget of $1,003,801.50.