King Air C90GTx: More Range, More Payload, More Capability Up Front

Credit: Textron
The built-for-comfort, not-for-speed C90 King Air underwent a major upgrade in 2005 when Raytheon Aircraft Company swapped out the pair of anemic PT6A-21 turboprops for a brace of PT6A-135A engines, thereby creating the C90GT. The engines retain the 550 shp takeoff rating, but they’re highly flat...

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