Flight1 King Air B200

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Sean Harrison

Re: Flight1 King Air B200

Post by Sean Harrison » Sat Jul 13, 2013 12:08 pm

Does anyone have a table to compare the FLIGHT1 B200 to the B350er which RAAF currently leases?

I'd be interested to see the differences. I know the B200 is a smaller airframe than the B350, however with the variety in engine configs and instrumentation the two may be closer than I think.

Robert Graham

Re: Flight1 King Air B200

Post by Robert Graham » Sat Jul 13, 2013 3:31 pm

Based on eerything I can find

350/350ER
Max Speed 315kts
Max Cruising Speed: 311kts
Typical Cruising Speed: 301kts
Max Range: 2031nm
Typical Range (2 pilots + 9 PAX) 1,720nm High Speed Cruise, 1,765nm Long Range Cruise
Endurance: 8 hours+
Max TO: 16,000lb
Max Altitude: 35,000ft


F1 200
Max TO Weight: 12,500lb
Max Alt: 35,000ft
Max Speed: 259 IAS/.51m
Max Cruise SpeeD: 316kts
Typical Cruise Speed: 300kts

range isn't given anywhere in the manual and i've not sat down and worked out the FF's from their documentation how long as ISA normal we could go but if it's based on the real bird (which everything else appears to be) your looking at 1,400-1,600ish Nm

edit: fixed my numbers apparently my fingers where one 'left' on everything

Sean Harrison

Re: Flight1 King Air B200

Post by Sean Harrison » Sat Jul 13, 2013 4:25 pm

Thanks Robert. Also the PT6A engines are on both, just the -60s on the B300 and -54s on the B200 with Blackhawk update.

It is a very inviting prospect.

Darren Boaden

Re: Flight1 King Air B200

Post by Darren Boaden » Sun Jul 14, 2013 4:20 pm

I think I may have to join 38sqn also, along with everyone else. :lol:

Joel Richters

Re: Flight1 King Air B200

Post by Joel Richters » Mon Jul 15, 2013 6:24 pm

Darren Boaden wrote:I think I may have to join 38sqn also, along with everyone else. :lol:
Sounds like a plan...

I'm pretty sure that the RAAF ones don't have a glass cockpit. Certainly the Army ones that went to 38SQN were not glass cockpit.

Darren Boaden

Re: Flight1 King Air B200

Post by Darren Boaden » Mon Jul 15, 2013 6:53 pm

Thanks Joel

Sean Harrison

Re: Flight1 King Air B200

Post by Sean Harrison » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:41 pm

I've been searching, and only come up with this so far;

http://www.defence.gov.au/media/downloa ... 0panel.jpg

Not all glass, but some nice size MFDs.

EDIT Published in Aus Aviation Mag JUN10;

A32-4xx are the former 173 SQN aircraft fitted with UHF radios.
A32-6xx are new build flown out from Kansas.

All 38 SQN are fitted with dual FMS and the ProLine 21 avionics full glass cockpit as per above pic.

Apparently 32 SQN airframes have older ProLine 2 avionics fitted.

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