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King Air 300

Aircraft Type

Turboprops

Manufacturer

Beechcraft

Model

King Air 300

Year built

1985

Registration No

N1BK

Serial No

FA-0076

Location

United States, Texas

Total Time (TTAF)

6969

Price

on request

Aircrafts

Address

1611 Windsor Park Drive Ste 101

Houston, TX 77094

USA: United States of America

Contact

Mr. David Fisher

Telephone

+1-800-913-JETS

e-mail

WWW

Aircraft Overview

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Number of Engine(s)

2

Engine(s) Manufacturer / Model

Pratt & Whitney PT6A-60A
Pratt & Whitney PT6A-60A

Description - Details of Engine(s)

Left Engine:

Pratt & Whitney PT6A-60A
TSN: 708
TBO: 3600

Right Engine:

Pratt & Whitney PT6A-60A
TSN: 703
TBO: 3600

Avionics

VHF-21B/22A Coms
WXR-250A Radar
Dual VIR-32 Navs
EFIS-85 (2 Tube)
ADF-60A
APS-65 Auto Pilot
Dual DME-42
UNS-1K FMS
Dual TDR-90 Transponders
ALT-50 Radio Altimeter
Dual RMI-30
KGP-560 EGPWS
L3 SKY899 TCAS
WX-500 Storm Scope
Avidyne EX500
MFD Garmin 500W
Jeppesen CMAX
XM Weather

Interior

Nine passenger. Standard interior completed with Canyon leather seats, January 2006. Electric heat.

Exterior

Custom Paint Scheme by Raytheon Aircraft with White Base and Majestic Royal, Black Metallic and Cornet Gold Accent. (12/04). This accent paint changes color from a Royal Blue as the plane approaches to Cornet Gold from behind with a rainbow of colors in between.

Additional Equipment & Features

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Maintenance

It is current with all the times and equipment as of today. The aircraft is on CAMP. The aircraft is on CASP which is an Avionics Maintenance program. No known damage. The first 20 years of the aircraft’s history logbooks were in German and they have been translated. All the logbooks are intact and in possession.

Notes