King Air 350i is a model for renewed Beechcraft

10/14/2013 |

The King Air 350i offers efficient regional transportation, says Beechcraft. The turboprop is 20 to 30 minutes slower than a jet on shorter trips but also burns 20% less fuel. The aircraft lacks the bells and whistles of a luxury jet but has an all-metal airframe, good takeoff safety margins and a modern cockpit, making it a model of the company's slimmed-down goals post-bankruptcy.

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