Beechcraft King Air 200 Turboprops for Sale

The Beechcraft King Air 200 was developed in the early 1970s in response to customer demand for a larger platform from the King Air family of aircraft. The aircraft had such an impact on the market that it has remained in virtually continuous production in different iterations since 1974, with the King Air 260 representing the line today.

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Beechcraft King Air 200

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Middle East, United Arab Emirates, For Sale by Aradian Aviation
  • Year 1978
  • S/N -
  • Total Time 13976
FOR IMMEIDATE SALE
Updated 06 Sep 2021

Beechcraft King Air 200

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Southern Africa, South Africa, For Sale by National Airways Corporation
  • Year 1980
  • S/N BB-614
  • Total Time 16149
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Updated 24 May 2021

Beechcraft King Air 200

Price: USD $850,000

Beechcraft King Air 200

Price: USD $850,000
Southern Africa, South Africa, For Sale by Investment Aircraft
  • Year 1977
  • S/N -
  • Total Time 17713
Panel Upgrade recently done: GTN 750, GTN 650 & Garmin G5 EFIS.  Air-Conditioning, Low Time Engines, Dickie Seats, Dual Aft STrakes, Well Maintained
Updated 21 Jul 2021
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Beechcraft King Air 200

Price: USD $1,500,000

Beechcraft King Air 200

Price: USD $1,500,000
Southern Africa, South Africa, For Sale by Money Aviation
  • Year 1979
  • S/N -
  • Total Time 127835
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Updated 26 Mar 2021
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Beechcraft King Air 200 Turboprop
Price Data
Find the latest prices, market data and asset valuations for Beechcraft King Air 200 Turboprops from the world's leading aviation data providers - JetNet, Aircraft Blue Book and Asset Insight.
  • Market Status
    • For Sale
      32
    • Asking Price Range
      $380k - $1,595k
    • Six Months Changing Average
      +$64k / 7.28%
    • On Exclusive
      17
    Ownership (in operation)
    Fleet by life cycle
    • Total Aircraft
      834
    • MFR Year Range
      1972 - 1981
    • Leased
      18
    • Whole
      819
    • Shared
      15
    • Fractional
      0
    • In Production
      0
    • At MFR
      0
    • In Operation
      568
    • Retired
      266
    • Total Aircraft
      834

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    • Year
    • Current Value Range
      The current value range covering all production years for this Make / Model based on recent transactions, including Comparable Aircraft Models.
      $618.9k - $743.6k
    • Asset Quality Rating
      Describes the present average maintenance quality for all production years for this Make / Model based on the standardized Asset Insight Index Scale ranging from - 2.500 (worst) to 10.000 (best).
      5.970
    • ETP Ratio
      The Maintenance Exposure to Ask Price Ratio is an indicator of an aircraft’s marketability. When the ETP Ratio is greater than 40%, a listed aircraft’s Days on Market increase.
      125.29%

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Beechcraft King Air 200 Turboprop
Specification
  • Turboprops Beechcraft King Air 200 Specifications
    Range NM
    1490
    Range – Seats Full N.M.
    1075
    MTOW LBS
    12500
    B.O.W W/Crew LBS
    8550
    Payload - Full Fuel LBS
    395
    Normal Cruise Speed KTAS
    272
    L/Range Cruise Speed KTAS
    225
    Cabin Height FT
    4.80
    Cabin Width FT
    4.50
    Cabin Length FT
    16.70
    Cabin Volume CU FT
    303
    Baggage Vol.Ext CU FT
    54
    Seats Executive
    6
    Crew / Passengers
    2 / 6
    Door Height FT
    4.30
    Door Width FT
    2.25
    Balanced Field Length FT
    5300
    Landing Dist FT
    4333
    Engine Manufacturer
    Pratt & Whitney Canada
    Engine Model
    PT6A-41
    Engines
    2
    R.O.C All Engines FT PER MIN
    2450
    R.O.C 1 x Engine Out FT PER MIN
    740
    Useable Fuel LBS
    3645
    All data courtesy of Conklin & de Decker

FAQs: Beechcraft King Air 200 Turboprops for Sale

Here are the most Frequently Asked Questions for Beechcraft King Air 200 Turboprops for sale
  • How much does a Beechcraft King Air 200 cost?

    The King Air 200 costs between $350k (for a 1974 model) and $550k (for a 1981 model) according to Aircraft Bluebook’s Autumn 2021 data. These values represent the average retail for their respective model-years. The actual sale price of individual King Air 200s could vary from the average retail for the model year, depending on a number of factors that drive price, including the aircraft’s maintenance condition, the time remaining on the airframes and engines before the next major inspection or overhaul, life-limited components, and more.

  • What competes with the Beechcraft King Air 200?

    There have been so many entrants to the King Air product line over the years that it may be worthwhile for interested operators to also consider other King Air models, as well as the King Air 200, including the Model 300 range, a successor to the B200, which utilizes improved PT6A-60A engines.

  • What makes the Beechcraft King Air 200 stand out?

    The King Air 200 offered a range of upgrades in comparison to the earlier King Air 100, most notably an increase in fuel capacity and maximum take-off weight. Its success over the decades stems from the versatility provided by a relatively large turboprop aircraft that combines flexibility with endurance.

  • What is the difference between a Beechcraft King Air 200-series and a King Air 300-series aircraft?

    The Beechcraft King Air 300 series aircraft is a higher-performance version of the King Air 200.

Beechcraft King Air 200 Turboprop Overview

By Gerrard Cowan - Editor, Aircraft Reviews

 

Offering seven seats in a standard cabin, the King Air 200 has a range of around 1,200nm. Although the model is relatively old, it still finds plenty of buyer interest on the pre-owned market today – a testament to the quality of this model.

 

During its production run, a phenomenal 834 King Air 200s were produced, by Beechcraft, according to data from JETNET.

 

What features does the Beechcraft King Air 200 offer?

The King Air 200 has the fuselage of the earlier King Air 100, but with a T-tail, longer wings and higher 12,500lbs gross weight. The aircraft is powered by two 850shp Pratt & Whitney PT6A-41 engines.

 

What came before and after the Beechcraft King Air 200?

As alluded to, the King Air 200 followed in the footsteps of the Model 90 and the later Model 100 (a larger version of the Model 90).


Since its introduction to the market, there has been a range of aircraft in the Model 200 line, while the King Air 300 line was launched as a platform for operators seeking something even larger in the King Air family.

To demonstrate the continuous upgrades and improvements that have occurred in the 200-series over the years, the modern entrant to the fleet is the King Air 260, which has a maximum range of 1,720nm, and can hold up to nine occupants. Textron Aviation highlights the modern aircraft’s versatility, and its ability to reduce pilot workload through digital pressurization and the company’s Thrustsense autothrottle system.

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