King Air 250Serious Performer
Soar ahead of the competition with the enhanced performance
of the King Air 250.
From short and unimproved runways to big city airports, no
matter where opportunity takes you, the King Air 250 can
get you there. The new and improved 250 can fly
1,610 nautical miles and has a maximum cruise speed of 310
knots. In addition, the King Air 250 features higher wing
loading for a smoother ride.
The King Air 250’s Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A turboprops are equipped with a new ram air
recovery system that reduces inlet turbine temperature. The new system allows the engines to
maintain peak performance even when the anti-icing system is activated.
The addition of winglets increases lift and reduces drag and stall speed. Yet, because of their
composite construction, the winglets add very little weight. New composite propellers are more
than 60 pounds lighter than the aluminum props they replace. The result is increased performance,
as well as an 18 percent reduction in takeoff roll. The King Air 250 can be off the ground in
about 2,100 feet, allowing it to use airports inaccessible to previous King Airs - and off limits to jets.
- Maximum payload of 2,220 pounds allows you to bring all the passengers and luggage you need
- Features a stellar safety record and the highest dispatch rate in its class
- Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A turboprops are equipped with a new ram air recovery system that reduces inlet turbine temperature
- Addition of winglets increases lift and reduces drag and stall speed
- Dynamically balanced four–blade 93–inch Hartzell propeller system has a low tip speed and increased ground clearance, which reduces pilot, passenger and component stress with less airframe vibration