Meet our fleet,
the Beechcraft King Air
The Beechcraft King Air family is produced by Hawker Beechcraft. The King Air was the first aircraft in its class and has been in continuous production since 1964, giving the aircraft the longest continual production run of any civilian aircraft of its class. It has outsold all of its turboprop competitors combined.King Air B200King Air C90A
The Beechcraft King Air B200
With its versatile performance capabilities, including the ability to land and take off from short and unpaved runways, our King Air B200 can be used for Charter, Medevac and Organ transport.
In medevac configuration, the aircraft carries a Lifeport PLUS-system which incorporates a stretcher for a single patient, as well as high-tech medical equipment including Compresses Air, a Vacuum system, a 3-outlet 1000 Watts inverter and a 3,500-litre oxygen system. Additional equipment can be added with the requisite patient care administered by up to two clinicians, depending on each individual mission.
For charter, the aircraft can be reconfigured and carry up to eight passengers. Due to the short runway requirements, the King Air is able to operate on more airfields thus bringing you closer to your end destination. A tailored made quote for your next private or business trip can be requested on our Charter page.
The Beechcraft King Air C90A
We operate a King Air C90A. We selected the aircraft for its endurance and flexibility. It’s easily modified to meet the needs of your mission, whether you’re a broadcast journalist, medical professional or surveillance pro.
The King Air C90A is a proven performer. It can take off and land from short runways, and its versatility means that we can have it outfitted for your mission usually in two hours or less. It’s a mission-capable aircraft and can fly for long periods without refueling.
The aircraft can carry up to seven passengers and uses a two-person crew. Each and every trip is tailor made, so contact us to discuss your needs and we can provide you with cost-effective options.