Beech / Beechcraft (Super) King Air 300

Corporate Aircraft

Beech 300LW King Air, FLM Aviation, D-IFFB, c/n: FA-224 © Karsten Palt
Photo ©: Karsten Palt
The Beechcraft Model 300 King Air is a twin-engined turboprop corporate travel and utility aircraft with retractable landing gear and pressurized cabin produced by the US-American manufacturer Beech Aircraft Corporation, today Hawker Beechcraft Corporation. The SUPER prefix was dropped in 1996 for all Super King Air models (200/300/350).
The Beech 300 is a development of the Beech 200. The Beech Super King Air 350LW is a special variant with reduced max. takeoff weight of 5670 kg (12500 lbs).
Crew1 / 2
Propulsion2 Turboprop Engines
Engine ModelPratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-60A
Engine Power (each)783 kW1050 shp
max. Cruise Speed583 km/h315 kts
  362 mph
Service Ceiling10.668 m35.000 ft
Rate of climb867 m/min2844 ft/min
Range3.630 km1.960 NM
2.256 mi.
Empty Weight3.850 kg8.488 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight6.350 kg14.000 lbs
Wing Span16,61 m54,5 ft
Wing Area28,2 m304 ft
Length13,36 m43,8 ft
Height4,37 m14,3 ft
First Flight10/1982
Production Statusout of production
Production Range1983-1994
Total Production254
Data for (Version)Beech King Air 300