King Air B200 for Sale

King Air B200 Ownership Overview

Since 1981, people have witnessed the Beechcraft King Air B200 for sale as an improved model of the King Air 200. This aircraft has set the stage for numerous improvements, as it has also been the example for many aircraft to be derived from, such as the Beechcraft 1900 regional airliner.

King Air B200 Cabin Experience

The King Air B200 is capable of transporting 6 passengers and 2 crew members. With the curved sides of the nearly 17ft long cabin, customers are provided with more shoulder room to travel comfortably.

Total cabin space is just over 300 cubic feet, which allows for a height inside of just under 5ft and a width of more than 4ft. Typically, each passenger receives 55 cubic feet of room, which reduces to just over 27 cubic feet at maximum configuration. Baggage on the King Air B200 is allowed nearly 55 cubic feet of space.

King Air B200 Mission Profile

Customers who buy a King Air B200 are those searching for an ideal combination of speed, space, and spending. As compared to competitors, the King Air B200 is securely situated in that space. Same as many King Air aircraft, the B200 is a very stable one, which aids in the comfortable, roomy ride for travelers.

Those looking to travel longer distances will find comfort in this aircraft, as it’s made to perform above expectations. Many military variants for the King Air B200 exist, which proves the durability and capability of the aircraft. It’s tough, and will get travelers to their destinations safely.

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King Air B200 Cost to Own

Acquisition cost for the King Air B200 typically ranges from $1.7 million to $1.9 million, which falls in the middle of comparable competitors such as the Beechcraft King Air 300 and the Pilatus PC-12. When factoring in market depreciation to the total annual cost, it again falls in the middle of the range of the competitors.

King Air B200 Operating Cost

King Air B200 direct operating cost is around $1,200 per flight hour, while competitors fall in at just over $830 and just under $1,500 for the highly efficient PC-12 and the King Air 300, respectively.

Annual fixed cost for the King Air B200 comes in at the middle of the range set by its competitors once again at roughly $370,000-$380,000.

King Air B200 Performance Overview

The King Air B200 is a top seller and model for many spin-off variants for a reason. It’s reliable and stable all while providing customers with a spacious ride. Flyers looking into aircraft for sale will see the many benefits provided by this twin-engine machine.

King Air B200 Engines

The King Air B200 is equipped with two PT6A-42 powerplants which provide the ability of prop reversing and feathering. The King Air B200 has a max cruise speed of 290kts, higher than the PC-12, but around 30kts slower than the King Air 300.

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

  • FAR-91: 2,650ft
  • FAR-135: 3,313ft
  • FAR-121: 4,417ft

King Air B200 Payload

Max payload for the King Air B200 is 2,180lbs, less than that of what the competition has the ability to operate with. At max payload, the King Air B200 reaches the shortest distance of nearly 480nm, compared to over 1,550nm for the King Air 300 and 830nm for the PC-12.

King Air B200 Range

At long-range cruise, the King Air B200 has a range of over 1,160nm with typical passenger load. The PC-12 can reach over 1,600nm under the same parameter, while the King Air 300 typically reaches 1,500nm.

King Air B200 Specifications

King Air B200 General Info
Aircraft Class Turboprop
Aircraft Manufacturer Hawker Beechcraft
Aircraft Year of Manufacture #N/A
King Air B200 Financial Data
Acquisition Cost $1,620,000 - $1,980,000
Variable Cost $1,104 - $1,350/hr
Annual Cost $840,049 - $1,026,727
Fixed Cost $38,493 - $346,433
Market Depreciation $150,000
Retail Charter Rate $1,200/hr
Average Charter Net $-93/hr
King Air B200 Performance Data
Fuel Burn 110 gal/hr
Max Cruise 290 kts
135 Landing 3,313 ft
135 Takeoff 3,313 ft
91 Landing 2,605 ft
91 Takeoff 2,605 ft
121 Landing 4,417 ft
121 Takeoff 4,417 ft
Max Payload 2,180 lbs
Basic Operating Weight 8,820 lbs
Max Takeoff Weight 12,500 lbs
King Air B200 Cabin Details
Cabin Dimensions 16'8" x 4'6" x 4'9"
Cabin Volume 356
Seat Count 6-8