Equipment Specs

Manufacturer Beechcraft
Model King Air 350ER
Max. Occupants 15
Max. Cruise Speed 303 ktas (561 km/h)
Max. Range 2,692 nm (4,986 km)
Max. Operating Altitude 35,000 ft (10,668 m)
Wingspan 57 ft 11 in
Max Aircraft Length 46 ft 8 in
Max Tail Height 14 ft 4 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) 26,800
FUEL COST: $113,900

Fixed Cost

CREW EXPENSE: $236,620
HANGAR: $30,750
INSURANCE: $22,372

Standard Avionics
  • Intuitive graphical touchscreen flight planning
  • High-resolution Synthetic Vision System (SVS)
  • Convenient presets to reconfigure all three displays with a single touch
  • Full multi-sensor flight management system
  • Integrated touchscreen checklists
  • Multi-Scan Weather Radar System (WXR)
  • Open and scalable architecture for future upgrades and mandates
  • NextGen and precision GPS capabilities

Internal Dimensions:

  • Length: 19 ft 6 in (5.94 m)
  • Width: 4 ft 6 in (1.37 m)
  • Height: 4 ft 9 in (1.4 m)


Large, Pressurized, Environmentally Controlled Cabins, with Reonfigurable Interior to Accommodate Passengers, Cargo, or Air Ambulance Operations


External Dimensions:

  • Wingspan of 57 ft 11 in (17.65 m)
  • Max Aircraft Length of 46 ft 8 in (14.22 m)
  • Max Tail Height of 14 ft 4 in (4.37 m)


  • Max Takeoff Weight of 16,500 lbs (7,484 kg)
  • Basic Operating Weight of 9,455 lbs (4,289 kg)
  • Useful Load of 7,145 lbs (3,241 kg)

The Beechcraft King Air 350 was in production from 1990 to 2009. In 2008 Beechcraft announced the updated version, King Air 350i, and the Extended Range version, King Air 350ER. Both the Beechcraft King Air 350er (B300CEF) and King Air 350i (B300) are a part of Beechraft’s 300 series. The Extended Range version was built with long-range travel in mind. Larger and stronger landing gear, increased fuel capacity, and higher gross weight, the King Air 350ER is the top choice for special missions, and other unique needs, such as aerial survey, air ambulance, float operations, surveillance, training, utility/transport, and more.

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