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Beechcraft King Air 200

ASL Group
Class Light
Max. passengers 9
Year of production 1983 lock icon PRO
Serial number BL49
Homebase EBAW (ANR), Deurne
Cabin height 1.45 m
Cabin width 1.37 m
Cabin length 5.08 m
Luggage volume 1.60 m³
Last seen LFMN, Nice Cote D Azur
Lavatory
Medical ramp
Adult critical care
- VIP/Charter (7 to 9 seats)
- Medical (1 or 2 stretchers)
- Cargo (with cargo door - up to 3 EU pallets)
- TV & Radio relay

The Super King Air family has a long history: having been in continuous production since 1974, it has outranged all other competitors in its class.
The first ‘beechcraft’ prototype flew in October 1972. Some 400 T-tail King Airs were ordered by the U.S. Armed Forces. The Beechcraft 200 received civil certification in December 1973 and the first civil delivery took place in February 1974.
The entire existence of the B200 series went through several updates and resulted in an outstanding service: reliable and flexible.
The Beechcraft B200 is operated by ASL Group in various configurations and primarily used for TV & Radio relay flights.

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