King Air C90GTxRobust Strength

“This [is] the quintessential business turboprop, and its continued existence speaks volumes for how well it performs every mission.”–Professional Pilot

The Beechcraft King Air has always been about taking performance to the extreme. With new levels of efficiency and next–generation engineering, the tough and rugged C90GTx is no exception. Beechcraft has doubled the C90GTx’s payload by increasing the aircraft’s gross weight, allowing it to carry more fuel under all loading scenarios, and fly farther.

Also deserving credit for the King Air C90GTx’s extended range and efficiency are its innovative composite winglets. Their unique design reduces drag to allow the airplane to climb faster and burn less fuel. The King Air C90GTx’s winglet system additionally provides superior handling during low speed flight and at higher altitudes.

With a renowned ability to land and take off in places where few other aircraft can, the King Air C90GTx is at home on short runways, unimproved strips, and hot and high altitude departure scenarios.

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  • Powered by two nacelle–mounted Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A–135A turboprop engines, which provide a standard 550 shaft horsepower at sea level with low maintenance costs and lower noise
  • More than 700 pounds of takeoff payload with maximum fuel – 350 pounds more than King Air C90GTi
  • Certified damage tolerant airframe ensures overall structural integrity with regular inspection and maintenance routines
  • Operates from wet and contaminated runways with significantly better performance than the Cessna Citation CJ1+