At the 1989 NBAA convention, Beech introduced the Super King Air 350. This still-larger member of the Super King Air line is 46.7 ft. in length, two feet longer than the 300 and eleven feet longer than the C90 with a wingspan of nearly 58 feet. The Super King Air 350 received FAA certification in February 1990 under FAR Part 23 as a commuter category aircraft, greater than 12,500 lbs. gross weight and requires two pilots. The cabin of the Super King Air 350 has seating for eight passengers in a double club arrangement. The aft lavatory also has a belted seat. The seats are fully adjustable and reclining, and track in and out from the wall. Folding work tables, cupholders, and individual fresh air inlets are included. A large stand-up baggage area is located at the aft end of the cabin. The Super King Air 350 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-60A turboprop engines rated at 1,050 shp at ISA +10C, each driving a Hartzell four-bladed, full-feathering, reversible, constant speed propeller. Engine inspection interval is 3,600 hours.
The Beechcraft King Air 350 has a range of 1,489 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.