When the top-of-the-line Beechcraft King Air 350i debuted in 2010, it introduced an extensive interior makeover that included an abundance of electrical outlets and foldout tables. The upgrades have transformed the roomy cabin into a productive workspace or a comfortable place to relax and enjoy the flight. The club seating accommodates as many as eight passengers, or the aft seats can be removed to create extra space for baggage.
The two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-60A engines power dynamically balanced 105-inch Hartzell propellers and drive the plane to a top speed of 360 mph and a climb rate of 2,730 feet per minute. With a cabin full of passengers and their bags, and full fuel tanks at the start of the flight, the King Air 350i can fly more than 1,700 miles nonstop; maximum range is 2,082 miles. The aircraft has a starting price of $7 million.