In episode twenty-three, private aviation insider René Banglesdorf interviews pilot Brown Word about the key features of the Beechcraft King Air B200.
In this episode, we learn about the key features of the Beechcraft King Air B200. Find out about its Pilot workload, fuel burn, maintenance and much more.
Whilst having a BS in Civil Engineering and a BA in Engineering Science from Centenary, Brown Word started his aviation career by joining the navy via the Aviation Reserve Officer Candidate program, Inspired by his dad who had flown dive bombers in the Navy during WWII. After completing his training, for the next 20 years, he had flown a considerate amount of squadron tours as part of the Navy Team.
After retiring from the navy, he got married and owned four civilian airplanes, starting off with a Twin Comanche, a Mooney M20F, a Cessna 310 and finally a B200 King Air. With his very long career in aviation, he still doesn’t plan on giving up and is going to fly for as long as he can.
René Banglesdorf is the co-founder and CEO of Charlie Bravo Aviation, an aircraft brokerage headquartered just north of Austin, TX. René has a degree in journalism from Ohio University and serves as the VP of Communications on the International Aviation Women’s Association Board. She is a frequent speaker on topics of business aviation and women’s issues, and has written several books, the latest of which, Stand Up: How to Flourish When the Odds are Stacked Against You, is Out Now.