2008 King Air B200GT BY 32

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Executive Summary:

Certified in 2007, the B200GT builds and improves upon the most popular aircraft model in its class. It features a 305-knot max cruise speed – a nearly 20-knot speed increase – and a faster rate of climb than the B200. These performance improvements are thanks to the two new Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-52 engines; engines designed and manufactured specially for this aircraft. The PT6A-52 engines present a perfect hybrid of the turbine element from the PT6A- 60A found on the Super King Air 350 and the proven quality of the PT6A-42 gearbox seen on the B200

Key Features of this 2009 B200GT:
• Serial Number BY-32
• Registered and Located in United Kingdom

Airframe, Engines and Inspections

Airframe:

Airframe Total Time: 4664
Airframe Total Landings:9063
Pressurisation Cycles: 3547

Maintenance and Inspections:

Phase 3 Completed August 2016
Phase 4 Completed February 2017
Phase 1 Completed June 2017
Phase 2 Completed October 2017
Phase 3, 4 Will be complete Feb 2018
Delivered with Fresh Gear Overhaul

Engines:

LH 4568 hours / 2550 cycles – OVH due @ 7200 hours
RH 4585 hours / 2566 cycles – OVH due @ 7269 hours

Propellers:

LH 7555 hours
Overhauled July 2015
RH 3587 hours
Overhauled October 2015

Avionics:

ADC: Dual Collins ADC-3000
ADF: Collins NAV-4000
COMM: Dual Collins VHF-4000
DME: Collins DME-4000
ELT: Artex ELT C406-2
FMS: Collins FMS-3000
AHRS: Dual AHC-3000
FGC: Dual FGC-3000
GPS: GPS-4000A
NAV: Dual Collins NAV-4000 / NAV-4500
Rad ALT: Collins ALT-4000
RADAR: Collins TWR-850
TCAS: Collins TCAS II
TDR: Dual Collins TDR-94D Enhanced Mode S
EGPWS: Honeywell EGPWS MKVIII
ESIS: L3 GH-3100
SCVR: L3 FA2100

Interior:

Classic B200GT six passenger layout with seats finished in beige leather. Belted flushing toilet at RH rear of Cabin provides 7th passenger seat, separated from Main Cabin by sliding doors.

Exterior:

Sold as seen RAF Insignia Removed