B200 Super King Air – 1/32 scale model Description
Product description The Beechcraft Super King Air is one of the most prolific civil service aircraft to date, in service in nearly 100 countries worldwide. They have seen military service primarily as transports and air ambulances, and retired aircraft are often acquired by police forces to serve in surveillance roles, particularly in American police forces. Several variants have been produced, including the C-12 model for U.S. Military service, and the aircraft presented here is a B200, the current primary production model. Quality craftsmanship and a detailed finish ensure that this model of the classic Super King Air will be a centerpiece in any collection.About Toys and Models Corporation Since 1982, Toys and Models has created exquisitely detailed, historically accurate replicas of aircraft. New technology and materials combined with painstaking detail ensure that when you purchase a model from Toys and Models, you’ll admire it for years to come. Toys and Models is located in Mahwah, New Jersey. Civilian transportPropeller driven aircraft, two enginePainted plastic constructionScale: 1/32Operators: Nearly 100 civilian and military operators worldwideTime in operation: 1972-presentPost-World War II eraManufacturers: BeechcraftLength: 16 inchesWingspan: 20 inches From the Manufacturer The Beechcraft Super King Air 200 is a twin-turboprop transport and utility aircraft. It is part of the King Air series, a family of aircraft that has been in continuous production since 1964, the longest production run of any civilian turboprop aircraft. The King Air line has outlasted all of its previous competitors, and as of 2006 is one of only two twin-turboprop business airplanes in production. Demand for a King Air with a greater capacity than the earlier models led to the development of the Super King Air 200. New features included a distinctive T-tail, more powerful engines, greater wing area and span, increased cabin pressurization, greater fuel capacity and higher operating weights compared to the Model 100. The aircraft was certificated in December 1973 with PT-6A-41 engines rated at 850 shp. The improved B200 model, with PT-6A-42 engines, entered production in 1981 and is still being produced today. It has a comfortable and roomy âsquared-ovalâ pressurized cabin. The flight deck seats a crew of two and is fitted with dual controls although it can be flown by a single pilot. The Super King Air 200 first flew on October 27, 1972. In 1996, âSuperâ was dropped from the name and the aircraft became known as the King Air B200. Since first entering service in 1981, over 2,150 B200s have been delivered. It went on to be the most successful aircraft in its class, overtaking rivals such as the Cessna Conquest and the Piper Cheyenne. The US Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps all fly the B200 today. The designation varies from service to service, but most are called C-12 Huron or UC-12. The military versions include navaid calibration, maritime patrol and resource exploration. These aircraft perform a range of missions from electronic surveillance to VIP transport. Other operators include Greece, the UK, Israel and Australia.
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