The King Air 360ER Exterior. This private aircraft is the newest and best that is made by Beechcraft today.
The King Air 360ER Interior. This turboprop aircraft can seat up to 9 very comfortably but holds 15.
The King Air 360ER Cabin. This private plane comes a variety of different interiors with different colors.
The King Air 360ER Inside. This aircraft cost roughly $9 million brand new.
The King Air 360ER Interior. This Turboprop airplane is one of the most popular in a long line of King Airs.
The King Air 360ER Cabin. This private airplane has got it all, range, speed and cabin size.
The King Air 360ER Inside. Private Aircraft Charter in this airplane is the ultimate way to travel.
The King Air 360ER is one Aircraft Many Missions. When government, military and commercial customers want airborne solutions for critical missions, they turn to BEECHCRAFT. This aircraft provides the high performance and flight characteristics required to address the unique challenges of special mission operations.
The King Air 360ER by Beechcraft offers flexible, reconfigurable interiors, making them equally adept at accommodating passengers, cargo, air ambulance or other missions. It's no surprise organizations choose Beechcraft to transport their important personnel and cargo – no matter where they fly.
The next King Air 360ER turboprop reduces pilot workload with standard features like the IS&S ThrustSense Autothrottle, which delivers precision control for optimized power output, including Overtorque/Overtemp protection for a more efficient takeoff. Digital pressurization automatically schedules cabin pressure on both climb and descent, increasing passenger comfort and further reducing pilot workload.
The King Air 360ER Aircraft Interior
King Air 360ER Turboprop Aircraft Flights
The next King Air 360ER turboprop reduces pilot workload with standard features like the IS&S ThrustSense Autothrottle, which delivers precision control for optimized power output, including Overtorque/Overtemp protection for a more efficient takeoff.
Digital pressurization automatically schedules cabin pressure on both climb and descent, increasing passenger comfort and further reducing pilot workload.
The venerable and venerated King Air turboprop is getting a mild but noticeable makeover with the 360 and 360ER versions announced today.
Key features include new autothrottles and digital pressurization management in addition to a heavily revised interior.
Updates to the pressurization include a higher differential pressure limit to provide a 10 percent decrease in cabin altitude at most common cruise.
With seating for up to nine passengers, the King Air 360’s new interior is said to have nicer materials, better attention to detail and upgrades like a multitude of USB charging ports and LED lighting.
The environment that provides passengers with a greater sense of openness inside the King Air.
The cabin experience is such a critical element when choosing an aircraft, and it was important that the cabin be perfect.
The journey will not only be comfortable, but also a relaxing, enjoyable experience. The Beechcraft King Air 360 offers many of the amenities that our customers desire.
While some King Air watchers wondered if Textron Aviation would go full FADEC with the 1,050-SHP Pratt & Whitney PT6As, the company instead has adapted the Innovative Solutions & Support (IS&S) ThrustSense Autothrottle.
According to Textron, the autothrottle control supports pilots in their critical mission of delivering people or cargo safely by automatically managing engine power from the takeoff roll through the climb, cruise, descent, go-around and landing phases of flight.
This enhancement reduces pilot workload and supports them in their continuous vigilance to prevent over-speed or under-speed, over-temp and over-torque conditions.
Textron Aviation also updated the King Air 350’s manual pressurization control to a new digital controller that automatically schedules cabin pressurization during both climb and descent, reducing pilot workload and increasing overall passenger comfort.
The pressurization gauges have been integrated with the powerful Collins Aerospace Pro Line Fusion flight deck.
The Beechcraft King Air 360 builds on decades of renowned versatility and reliability in the King Air family, and this upgrade further elevates it with the aircraft’s superior features and engineering advancements designed to create an enhanced flying experience for passengers and crew alike.
The aircraft is a result of our extensive conversations with our turboprop customers worldwide as we continually increase innovation and next-generation capability to help them achieve their varied missions with greater comfort, technology and ease.
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