King Air 200

The King Air, a twin engine turbo prop aircraft, was the first aircraft in its class and has been in continued production since 1964. Having built more than 3100+ aircraft, it has outsold all its competitors combined and is now the only small twin-turboprop aircraft still in production. Its seating capacity is 13.

Type/Variant of Aircraft: King Air BE200

Flight Simulator Qualification Level: B (MOS Part 60 Chapter 3 Ver 1.0)

Manufacturer: Flight Safety International - Simulator Systems Division

CONFIGURATION:

Engines: Twin Turboprop - Pratt and Whitney PT6A-41 / PT6A-42

Autopilot: SPZ-200A

Navigation: Sperry & Collins Flight Director

Host Computer: Phoenix Based Pentium Process with Strobe Inc Unibus Emulator

Visual System: Rediffusion Nova View SP1-T Two Window Display

Motion/Control Loading System: Motion - Analogue four degree w/gate
Control Loading - Analogue, Degrees of Freedom - Four

Certificate

King Air 200 Melbourne

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