The King Air C90B is configured for six passengers, with four seats arranged in a club, one seat across from the door, and a belted lavatory seat. Redesigned seats allow passengers to sit 1.5 in. farther back in the seat, which nets 3 in. additional legroom in the club compared to the C90A. The C90B also includes a sliding partition between the cabin and the flight deck. In 1991 the C90A was replaced by the C90B with more speed, better airport performance and less cabin noise. Throughout its 14 year career the C90B was produced 441 times, until it was superseded by the C90GT in 2006, which is now called the C90GTi.
The Beechcraft King Air C90B has a range of 1,090 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.