In 1969, Beech introduced the Model 100 King Air. It featured a 4.2ft. stretch of the -90's fuselage to allow high density seating for 15 persons, a new wing with reduced span derived from the wing of the Model 99 Airliner, and enlarged rudder surfaces. In October 1972 Beech began deliveries of the A100 incorporating a series of detail refinements, including four-bladed propellers which significantly decreased cabin noise levels. The King Air A100 is powered by a pair of Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-28 turboprop engines each rated at 680shp, driving four-bladed Hartzell full-feathering, reversible, constant-speed propellers. Inspection interval on the engines is 3,600 hours.
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The Beechcraft King Air A100 has a range of 1,117 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.