Hawker Beechcraft’s King Air 350i: A Durable Private Aircraft | FT Business

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Rohit Jaggi, the resident aviation columnist at the Financial Times, takes to the sky aboard a King Air 350i test flight. The King Air 350i, the latest model to come out of the Hawker Beechcraft stable, is shipped with PT6 turbine engines complete with front mounted propellers. The aircraft is built for durability & is able to get into short or rough air strips.

The King Air 350i seats 9 — 11 passengers and comes complete with power sockets & headrest screens — basically all the creature comforts you’d expect to find in your private aircraft.

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