The King Air 350, dubbed the world’s most renowned business turboprop aircraft, is well-known for its high performance. The features include a higher payload, a longer range, and a relaxing and spacious ‘squared-oval’ pressurized cabin with more shoulder space than a typical light jet. It also has a temperature control device that is automated.
The cabin is nearly five feet tall and four and a half feet wide. The cabin has eight slide/swivel and reclining seats in two club-four configurations with worktables that can be deployed from the sides.
The turboprop plane also has two extra windows on each side of the forward body and additional winglets.
Wi-Fi, an Iridium satellite phone, and a superb Rockwell Collins Venue in-flight entertainment system are standard on the King Air 350.
The Ultra Electronics UltraQuiet active noise control system on the aircraft reduces in-flight noise to less than 80dB(A) inside the passenger cabin. It reduces propeller noise by producing sound waves with the same frequency and amplitude as the unwanted noise but in the inverse phase.
The King Air 350 has a total luggage capacity of 1,150 pounds and 71 cubic feet.
The aircraft can reliably fly from runways shorter than 4,000 feet in full load at typical field elevations and temperatures. It also has a range of 1,806 nautical miles, can cruise at 312 mph in the mid-20s, and can ascend to 35,000 feet.