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The Beech King Air C90 is a twin turboprop that is typically outiftted with one and half cabin zones and has a range of 840 nm. There were 605 produced from 1971 - 1992.  A “pioneer of the King Air family,” the C90 was a derivative of the Queen Air and in 1964, the 65-90 was the first King Air 90 series variant to be delivered. Between 2004 and 2009, the C90 received a series of three upgrades—GT, GTi, and GTx

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King Air C90

General Information

Start Model Year: 1971

End Model Year: 1992

fleet sizeFleet Size: 549

Engine Count: 2

passenger iconTypical Passengers: 4

Model Class: Turboprop - Twin Engine

 passenger iconUp to - Passengers: 6

Beech King Air C90 range ring

Performance

Range:840

Max Cruising Speed:223

Ceiling (feet):30,000

Take off Distance (feet):5,200

Landing Distance (feet):2,050

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Dimensions

AIRCRAFT DIMENSION

CABIN DIMENSION

Height (feet):4.8

Width (feet):4.5

Length (feet):12.4

Cabin Zones:1

Current Market

Ask Price Min:$399,000

Ask Price Max:$3,595,000

Model Year Min:1971

Model Year Max:1992

Total Time Min (hours):1,235

Total Time Max (hours):17,450

% of Fleet for Sale:7%

# For Sale:41

Technical Information

Engine Manufacturer : Pratt & Whitney Canada

Engine Model : PT6A-21

Mid Life Cost : $0

Financial

Based on 300 hours a year

FINANCIAL: ANNUAL FIXED COSTS

Crew:$240,890

Hangar:$29,400

Hull Insurance:$2,996

Liability Insurance:$20,000

Miscellaneous:$4,612

Annual Amount:$297,898

FINANCIAL: VARIABLE HOURLY COSTS

Fuel Consumption (gallons per hour):78

Fuel Cost (at $5.00 per gallon):$390

Maintenance:$488

Engine Reserves:$373

Miscellaneous:$143

Total Cost / Per Hour:$1,394

FINANCIAL: ANNUAL SUMMARY

Based on 300 hours a year

Typical Purchase Price:$1,997,000

Market Depreciation (%):

Market Depreciation ($):

Total Fixed Costs:$297,898

Total Variable Costs:$418,200

Total Cost of Operation:$716,098

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