The King Air B100, a limited production model built from 1976 to 1983 and powered by TPE331 turboprops, was borne out of necessity. A strike at Pratt & Whitney Canada in the mid-1970s stopped deliveries of PT-6A engines for its King Airs, so Beech was compelled to look for other ...

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