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Raytheon-Beech King Air 200

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The Beech Model 200 Super King Air was developed from the Model 100 King Air.  Changes included a T-tail, more powerful engines, larger wings and greater fuel capacity.  The King Air 200 first flew in 1972.

The U.S. Military purchased the Model 200 as the C-12 Huron.

In 1996, Raytheon dropped the "Super" prefix for the Model 200, 300 and 350 King Airs.






Type: Corporate
Engine: two 850 hp (634 kW) Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-42 turboprops
Model 200: Beech model number
C-12: U.S. military transport (named Huron)
UC-12: Utility version
RC-12: Electronic reconnaissance version

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