2012 King Air 250

KING AIR 250

The King Air 250’s new composite winglets and propellers deliver substantial improvements in takeoff performance, without compromising-but actually increasing-speed, range and climb. And a new Enhanced Payload Option raises maximum takeoff weight to 13,420 pounds for an 870 pound increase in useful load. The Pratt & Whitney engines on the 250 are the same hybrid version, the -52 model, that was on the 200GT. The -52 is essentially the gear box of the previous -42 engine mated to the power section of the engine that powers the larger King Air 350. While the Dash 52 is still limited to 850 shp, as in previous B200s, the engine has greater thermodynamic range, up to 1,050 shp, so it can propel that 850 shp to higher altitude than the Dash 42 can. It unfortunately goes without saying that the PT-6s are not fadec-controlled, so there’s a good deal of engine management to complicate the job of the single pilot.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • PRO LINE FUSION AVIONICS

  • SYNTHETIC VISION / TOUCHSCREEN

  • SWEPT PROPELLERS

  • EXCELLENT COSMETICS

  • DRY CLIMATE BASED

  • USA OWNED SINCE NEW

SN: BY-159

OVERVIEW

  • 11562.3 AIRFRAME TOTAL TIME

  • 1181 TOTAL CYCLES

  • 390.3 PROP HOURS SINCE OH

  • 2019 GEAR OH AT 1172 HOURS

  • TRAXXALL MAINT TRACKING

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