Beechcraft King Air 250 operators are accustomed to cruising at 300 KTAS or faster, nipping at the tail of Beech’s top-line King Air 350i. If you race the two aircraft on a 300- to 1,000-nm mission with four passengers aboard, the pair never arrive more than a minute apart, according to B&CA’s May 2014 Purchase Planning Handbook. Equally impressive is the King Air 250’s takeoff performance, clearly superior to all previous King Air 200 models including its ...


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