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Jul 18

King Air 350i – Reaching the Best of Paradise

Private jets are all the rage these days, and many who own private planes or charter them when they need convenience, comfort and security know about the King Air’s legendary all-around performance. The luxurious Beechcraft King Air 350i, is the most comfortable solution for short-haul flights or island hopping today and is the latest version of one of the most reliable airplanes ever built.


Built by Beechcraft, this modern day aircraft is equipped with the latest technology and the best comfort features to give every passenger a luxurious ride. But what really makes this plane stand out is the go-green concept taken to a whole new level.

The King Air 350i, with a payload and range capability unmatched in its class, is significantly more economical than comparable sized jets, while offering virtually the same flight time for short to medium hauls. Excellent short runway performance offers more airport options, bringing you closer to your final destination.


King Airs, made by Hawker Beechcraft of the US, have earned a reputation as a go-anywhere aircraft, partly because they were designed when short grass or gravel strips were found at the end of a journey years ago. The $7.5M 350i is the latest version of this world-class aircraft, with upgrades that make it a rival many smaller jets.

The new interior is furnished as luxuriously as any executive private plane in the air today. The standard cabin layout comes with plush interiors and can seat up to 9 passengers while providing ample storage space for luggage, with enough space to carry 4 sets of golf clubs in the wing storage compartments. The new cabin design is the most luxurious and comfortable cabin in its class.



One of the best features of any King Air cabin is the large round windows with seven of them on each side of the plane. The structure between the windows is so narrow you get the sensation of the whole cabin side being one big window.

On a standard day the 350 needs only 3,330 feet of runway to take off making many small island runways now easily accessible. And, remember, those numbers are for full fuel, enough to fly 1,500 nautical miles or more and an adult body in every comfortable seat.  For shorter flights with less fuel on board, you can actually get the King Air to take off on less than 3,000 feet of runway. It’s a very versatile airplane to say the least, and it’s not just about safety and performance, it shines in looks as well.

Photography of the Beechcraft King Air 350 cockpit with the Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion integrated flight deck. Beechcraft Delivery Hangar (BEC) Wichita, KS USA

Photography of the Beechcraft King Air 350 cockpit with the Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion integrated flight deck.
Beechcraft Delivery Hangar (BEC)
Wichita, KS USA

The King Air is the world’s most popular business turboprop aircraft – a title that is not simply granted, but earned again and again with continuous enhancement over five decades. The King Air 350i is true to its legacy of innovation. With the King Air 350i, Beechcraft has found a way of combining luxury and ruggedness that will be around for years to come.

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