The King Air C90GT is an evolutionary development of the original short-bodied King Air. The King Air C90GT was introduced in July 2005 during the Oshkosh air show. The aim of Raytheon was to replace the C90B with a more high-powered aircraft without sacrificing the best mix of cabin and comfort, performance, and excellent reliability that Beechcraft is famous for. The King Air C90GT is designed for five to six passengers arranged in a club style. The King Air passengers will appreciate the sense of size and sturdiness as they climb down the airstair. There is room for a lavatory in the rear of the cabin and baggage space is internal. This allows for easy access to the passengers' items in flight. Vibration dampeners and acoustic insulation offer a quiet flight even at the highest rpm setting.
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The Beechcraft King Air C90GT has a range of 1,052 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.