The King Air 350 received FAA certification in February 1990 under FAR Part 23 as a commuter category aircraft, greater than 12,500lbs gross weight. A new extended range variant, the King Air 350ER entered service in 2007. The 350ER had additional nacelle fuel tanks, heavy-weight landing gear and a maximum take-off weight of 16,500lbs. This gave the aircraft an extended IFR range of 2,147nm and eight-hour endurance. The King Air 350ER's Flexcabin, normally configured to seat 9 passengers, is designed to simplify re-configuring seats for more passengers or allowing for more space for VIPs. It includes a Forward refreshment center and private lavatory with new seats that feature waterfall headrests which can be enhanced with optional aft ottomans and seat warmers. The Rockwell Collins Venue high-definition cabin management system offers plug-and-play access for laptops, smart phones and digital media players with state-of-the-art LED lighting at each seat, worktables and electrochromatic window darkeners.
The Beechcraft King Air 350ER has a range of 2,190 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.