Super King Air B200 Model Airplane

Stunning Desktop Model of the Beechcraft King Air 200 Airplane. Call 800-Tailwinds with any inquiries.

Regular Retail Price $291.00
TAILWINDS Price $239.99
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Scale: 1/32nd
Wingspan: 20"
Length: 16"
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This Super King Air 200 Model Airplane is a replica scale model of the original Beechcraft Super King Air 200 model aircraft. The Super King Air 200 Model Airplane is crafted from pressure cast composite resin and is an impressive aviation gift. Our Super King Air 200 model aircraft arrives fully assembled and includes a display stand.

This authentic, extraordinary replica of the original aircraft has been faithfully reproduced using exact blueprint specifications. Each model is meticulously hand painted giving the aircraft a deep, rich finish. The result is a handsome sculpture to be admired and enjoyed.

The Super King Air 200 is a twin-turboprop aircraft manufactured by Beechcraft, now part of Textron Aviation. The first Super King Air 200 took flight on October 27, 1972, and was introduced into service in 1974.

The Super King Air 200 is an upgraded version of the King Air 100 and features a redesigned wing, increased cabin pressurization, and more powerful Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-41 engines. It can carry up to 13 passengers and has a maximum range of 1,806 nautical miles.

Over the years, Beechcraft has made several improvements to the Super King Air 200, including the addition of a digital cockpit, improved engines, and advanced avionics. The aircraft has also been used by various militaries around the world for reconnaissance, transport, and training missions.

In 1984, Beechcraft introduced the Super King Air B200, an updated version of the Super King Air 200 that features a longer fuselage and increased payload capacity. The Super King Air B200 has since become one of the most popular twin-turboprop aircraft in the world, with over 1,600 units produced.

Today, the Super King Air 200 and its variants are still in production and are used for a variety of applications, including executive transport, air ambulance, and military operations.