King Air 350

King Air 350 profile, including current pricing, manufacturing dates, cabin size and passenger capacity, range, speed, baggage space, fractional ownership and jet card options

King Air 350 Facts

Powered by Kenny Dichter the King Air has enjoyed a renaissance in the past five years as the core of the Wheels Up fleet. Every Saturday during the fall, the King Air 350 gets a close-up bringing the guest picker to ESPN’s College GameDay.

TV commercials featuring New England Patriots’ future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady show him climbing into a Wheels Up King Air.

In other words, with the help of some deft marketing, the King Air 350 is no longer second class to jets. For flights under 300 miles flying time closely matches jets when taking into account takeoffs and landings, particularly around congested airports are done at slower speeds.

Manufacturing Dates

Production Start: 1972

Production Ends: In Production

King Air 350 Related Models

The over 1,000 King Air 350s includes six different models. There are also over 1,700 King Air 200 types, according to Amstat

Cabin Category

Turboprop – Turbojet – Twin Engine

Fleet Size

As of November 2019, Amstat lists 639 King Air 350s, 388 King Air 350is, 79 King Air 350ERs, 69 King Air 350Cs, and 3 King Air 350CERs in service

King Air 350 Cabin Size and Passengers

A typical eight-seat configuration in a King Air 350

Height: 57 inches

Width: 54 inches

Length: 19 ft. 6 in.

Seating Capacity: Up to 11, typically 8

Range

Maximum: 1,806 nautical miles

Speed

Maximum Cruise Speed: 359 mph

Baggage Space

55 cubic feet accessible from the passenger cabin, and 16 cubic feet of exterior space

Access

Fractional Ownership – No national programs

Dedicated Jet Card – Yes

Pricing

Used King Air 350s are listed starting at approximately $1.3 million

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