Hawker Beechcraft also unveiled a new version of its King Air 350 twin-turboprop, designated the 350i, at the convention. The aircraft will feature a significantly upgraded interior with the Collins Venue integrated cabin management system, video screens, iPod connectivity and a three-stage noise reduction process that is to drop sound levels by 4 dBA. The first 350i is expected to fly this month. The aircraft will be priced at $6.5 million.

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