2011 Beechcraft King Air C90 GTX

This aircraft combines the characteristics of a versatile workhorse derived from the proven design with more powerful engines, 4-bladed propellers, quieter cabin and modern avionics. 

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Total hours
Engine 1
P&W PT6A-135A
ESP Gold
Two AFD-3010 and one AFD-3010E adaptive flight display
2 Rockwell Collins VHF-4000 transceivers, tuning through CDU or RTU-4200
NAV-4000 VOR/LOC/GLS/ADF/Marker Beacon receiver, tuning through CDU or RTU
NAV-4500 VOR/LOC/GLS/Marker Beacon receiver, tuning through CDU or RTU
Dual AHC-3000 attitude heading reference system including dual FDU-3000 flux detector units
Dual GPS-4000S
Dual ADC-3010 air data computers
NAV-4000 with ADF, including antenna
Dual (Mode S) TDR-94D Diversity transponders
DME-Rockwell Collins DME-4000 with DME information displayed on PFD's
L3 Communications FA2100-1020-00 cockpit voice recorder with 120 minute recording time
Dual FGC-3000 flight guidance computers, single autopilot system with yaw damper
Dual FMS-3000 with two CDU-3000, FMS 4.0 software provides LPV approach capability
DBU-5000 data base unit for all database loading from a memory stick
IFIS 6.0 software provides enhanced map features to traditional displays
ECH-5000 Electronic Charts software
SFDS-Meggitt Mark II provides back-up attitude, heading, airspeed, altitude, and Nav with backup battery
TWR-850 Turbulence Weather Radar with auto-tilt function and target alert mode
ALT-4000 radio altimeter
MDC-3110 maintenance diagnostics computer
TCAS 1 (level 1) using L3 Communications Skywatch HP
Checklist display capability - normal and emergency checklists displayed on the MFD
Blue leather interior in excellent condition
6 cabin chairs: 3 cabinets plus one underneath the 7th seat opposite the door
Quiet Cabin - dynamic vibration absorbers
Flushing toilet
Executive writing tables