1998 King Air B200

King Air 1998

Executive Summary:

Building on the reliability and excellence of the long established Beechcraft King Air 200, the B200 entered production in 1984. Fitted with PT6A-42 engines, and a hydraulic undercarriage, the performance and flexibility that the original 200 model offered had been further improved. A classic B200 aircraft such as this example will provide an ideal entry point to King Air ownership with an opportunity to customise its look, modernise avionics with new a glass cockpit and improve performance and efficiency through a large selection of aftermarket STC’s available.

Key Features of this 2000 Model B200:

• Serial Number BB-1619

• Registration M-CDZT

• Located in United Kingdom

Airframe, Engines and Inspections

Airframe:

Airframe Total Time: 13471
Airframe Total Landings: 14814

Engines:

LH 12843 hours / 14089 cycles – OVH @ 13824 hours
RH 12755 hours / 13988 cycles – OVH @ 13096 hours
Engines on ESP Gold Lite @ $134.31 / engine / hour

Maintenance and Inspections:

High Utilisation Inspection Program
Status Available on Request
Textron ASC Maintained

Propellers:

LH 6678 hours
RH 6678 hours
Overhaul Due December 2019

Avionics:

MFD: Collins MFD-85
Flight Director: Collins EFD-85 (EAD)
AP: Collins APS-65H w/ Yaw Damp
Comms: Dual Collins VHF-22C w/CTL-22
ADF: Collins ADF-60A
NAVS: Dual Collins VIR-32
ADF: Collins ADF-60A
DME: Dual Collins DME-42A
Transponders: Dual Collins TDR:94-D
Radio Altimeter: Collins ALT-50A
Weather Radar: Collins WXP-840
RMI: Dual Collins RMI-30’s

Interior:

Commuter interior. Port and starboard partitions between cabin and cockpit with curtain in between. Aft starboard partition and luggage net between cabin and luggage area. 4 pax seats starboard side and 4 pax seats port side. No tables or lavatory fitted. storage draws behind the pilots seats for checklist and charts.

Exterior:

Beechcraft Signature Paint Scheme