A LOT OF KING AIRS find their way into Cause & Circumstance. A part of the reason for that, of course, is the Beechcraft turboprop's popularity -- it has become business aviation's workhorse. But beyond that it seems to me that far too many King Air flights come to grief because of a failure in basic airmanship on the part of their crews. Perhaps this is happening because the King Air is generally so forgiving of abuse and ineptitude that pilots forget that it -- like any other ...
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