King Air 350i for Sale

King Air 350i Ownership Overview

In 2008, Beechcraft produced and advertised the King Air 350i for sale as an upgrade of the B300 series. The first delivery for the aircraft was at the end of 2009, and since then has followed the Beechcraft legacy of innovative aircraft.

King Air 350i Cabin Experience

The King Air 350i is capable of transporting 8 passengers and 2 crew members. The cabin length reaches nearly 19 feet, is about 5 feet tall, and just under 5 feet wide. There’s a lavatory at the end of the cabin, and the fuselage as a whole measures around 45 feet long, attached to a nearly 58 foot wingspan.

Total cabin space is about 340 cubic feet, providing each passenger typically 41 cubic feet of wiggle room, with the potential of 31 cubic feet at maximum capacity. Baggage on the King Air 350i is given nearly 70 cubic feet of space.

King Air 350i Mission Profile

Customers who buy a King Air 350i center around business individuals as the upgraded cabin includes Collins Venue cabin management systems (CMS) which provides them with the ability to deliver presentations mid-flight, or even watch movies in Blu-ray. The level of noise witnessed mid-flight is comparable to that of light jets, additional to the comfort felt by passengers.

The armrests of the seats allow the ability to dim the lights, while darkening the windows and controlling other electronic features of the cabin such as the video monitor. Aiding in the business persons needs, USB ports are available along with each seat containing its own table which will fold out when necessary. Overall, this interior provides a reduced noise level through its simplistic, yet modern, design.

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King Air 350i Cost to Own

The King Air 350i acquisition cost ranges from $7.3 million to $7.4 million, which, in addition to its annual cost with market depreciation, falls on the higher end when compared to competitors such as the Pilatus PC-12 NG and the Beechcraft King Air 250. However, the price is well justified given the luxurious ride and associated amenities.

King Air 350i Operating Cost

The King Air 350i direct operating cost is around $1300 per flight hour. Its not the most expensive in this regard as its competitors operate at around $790 and $1330 per hour for the PC-12 NG and the King Air 250, respectively.

Annual fixed cost for the King Air 350i is the highest at nearly $400,000, when competitors PC-12 NG and King Air 250 bring in fixed costs of just under $200,000 and nearly $380,000 respectively.

King Air 350i Performance Overview

The King Air 350i is attractive to many travelers as its internal atmosphere is comparable to that of a light jet, as well as its modern capabilities which allow for business presentations and upgraded movie experiences. Individuals looking into aircraft for sale find peace of mind in this twin-engine’s luxury.

King Air 350i Engines

The King Air 350i is equipped with two PT6A-60A engines with propeller reversers and the ability to feather. The King Air 350i has a max cruising speed of about 320kts, the highest of the two previously mentioned competitors.

The aircraft can land and takeoff in the following field lengths:

  • FAR-91: 2,486ft
  • FAR-135: 3,107ft
  • FAR-121: 4,143ft

King Air 350i Payload

Max payload for the King Air 350i is 2,500lbs, which is more than both the PC 12 NG and King Air 250 can support on takeoff. At max payload, the King Air 350i can reach nearly 1,070nm.

King Air 350i Range

At long-range cruise, the King Air 350i has a range of over 1,500nm with typical passenger load. The PC 12 NG can achieve over 1,600nm under the same parameter, while the King Air 250 can only reach just over 1,050nm.

King Air 350i Specifications

King Air 350i General Info
Aircraft Class Turboprop
Aircraft Manufacturer Hawker Beechcraft
Aircraft Year of Manufacture 2008 - Present
King Air 350i Financial Data
Acquisition Cost $6,610,500 - $8,079,500
Variable Cost $1,180 - $1,442/hr
Annual Cost $839,441 - $1,025,983
Fixed Cost $39,646 - $356,810
Market Depreciation $440,000
Retail Charter Rate $1,800/hr
Average Charter Net $0/hr
King Air 350i Performance Data
Fuel Burn 140 gal/hr
Max Cruise 320 kts
135 Landing 3,107 ft
135 Takeoff 3,107 ft
91 Landing 2,486 ft
91 Takeoff 2,486 ft
121 Landing 4,143 ft
121 Takeoff 4,143 ft
Max Payload 2,500 lbs
Basic Operating Weight 10,000 lbs
Max Takeoff Weight 15,000 lbs
King Air 350i Cabin Details
Cabin Dimensions 19'6" x 4'6" 4'9"
Cabin Volume 417
Seat Count 7-9