Equipment Specs

Manufacturer Beechcraft
Model King Air 250
Max. Occupants 10
Max. Cruise Speed 310 ktas (574 km/h)
Max. Range 1,720 nm (3,185 km)
Max. Operating Altitude 35,000 ft (10,668 m)
Wingspan 57 ft 11 in
Max Aircraft Length 43 ft 10 in
Max Tail Height 14 ft 10 in

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Additional Specifications
Cost Summary

These numbers are derived assuming 200 annual hours and a fuel price of $4.25 / GAL

Average Pre-Owned Price
Annual Budget
Variable Cost

FUEL (GAL) 28,800
FUEL COST: $122,400

Fixed Cost

CREW EXPENSE: $236,604
HANGAR: $29,725
INSURANCE: $27,270

Standard Avionics
  • Collins Aerospace Pro Line Fusion Avionics Suite
    • Three 14 inch touchscreen displays
    • Synthetic Vision
    • Graphical Flight Planning
    • Integrated Charts and Maps
  • Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS)
  • Dual Flight Management System (FMS)
  • Weather Radar System (WXR)
  • Integrated Terrain Awareness and Warning System (iTAWS)
  • Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance (TCAS I)
  • Automatic Flight Guidance System (AFGS)
  • Dual Navigation and Communication Radios

Internal Dimensions:

  • Length: 16 ft 8 in (5.08 m)
  • Width: 4 ft 6 in (1.37 m)
  • Height: 4 ft 9 in (1.45 m)

Color Options:

Beechwood, Greige, Mocha, Parchment, Silver


Club Seating, Leather Seats, Electronic Window Shades


External Dimensions:

  • Wingspan of 57 ft 11 in (17.65 m)
  • Max Aircraft Length of 43 ft 10 in (13.36 m)
  • Max Tail Height of 14 ft 10 in (4.52 m)


  • Max Takeoff Weight of 12,500 lbs (5,670 kg)
  • Basic Operating Weight of 8,830 lbs (4,005 kg)
  • Useful Load of 3,760 lbs (1,706 kg)

The Beechcraft King Air 250 has been in production from 2011 to the present, but has evolved from previous models dating back to 1972. The Beechcraft King Air B200, also called the Super King Air up until 1996, was originally introduced as a military aircraft, and these planes are still in use by the United States Air Force and Royal Australian Air Force. By 1974 it was adapted for civilian use.

The King Air 250 is a popular choice for many non-govermental organizations, as well as by corporate and private users, including commercial air charter and air-taxi companies.

The manufacturer, Beechcraft, is a brand of Textron Aviation. Founded in 1932, the Beechraft Corporation has produced a variety of popular aircraft models including: