The F90 introduced in 1979 was powered by the PT6A-135 engines which were flat-rated to 750 shp and featured the T-tail of the King Air 200 series. A total of 203 were produce. The King Air F90 can accommodate up to eight passengers, although it is more commonly configured for six passengers, with four seats arranged in a club, one seat across from the door, and a belted lavatory seat. An airstair door is located aft of the wing on the port side of the fuselage and the baggage compartment is in the aft cabin beyond the lavatory.
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