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 Beechcraft a brand of Textron Aviation. 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 Speed487 km/h263 kts
  303 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 ft 6 in
Wing Area28,2 m304 ft
Length13,36 m43 ft 10 in
Height4,37 m14 ft 4 in
First Flight10/1982
Production Statusout of production
Production Range1983-1994
Total Production254
Data for (Version)Beech King Air 300