Rising from the ashes of Hawker Beechcraft's bankruptcy, the King Air 350i now serves as the real-life phoenix of the new Beechcraft Corp., a far leaner and financially stronger company since its February 2013 reorganization and relaunch. Exiting jet production and promoting its enduring King Air line were key strategic changes that restored the health of the iconic Wichita manufacturer. The back-to-basics King Air 350i is as Midwestern as sweet corn and soybeans, and just as ...

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