Compact & Capable
King Air 90
Specs, Operating Costs & Information
Beechcraft created the King Air 90 (then known as simply “King Air”) in 1964. Today, the King Air remains the most popular twin turboprop ever built – outselling all competition combined. The King Air 90 is the smallest variant in the King Air lineup with a typical layout of 7 seats, including pilot.
For many, the King Air 90 is the perfect introduction into turbine equipment, particularly for pilots that have time flying multi-engine pistons. However, the 90 should be viewed as more than just a transition airplane, its highly versatile performer with an incredible lineage. Used King Air 90 aircraft have become increasingly affordable and with the added reliability of a turbine engine they are a great value over its piston siblings.