Beechcraft 1900

The Beechcraft 1900 can operate safely on relatively short airstrips.

The airplane is certified to fly up to an altitude of 25,000 feet above mean sea level with its pressurized cabin. It is designed to operate in most weather conditions, including icing conditions, and it is equipped with weather radar to help pilots avoid severe weather. The ICAO designator for the Beechcraft 1900 is B190.This is used in ATC flight plans and pilot reports, as well as for aircraft type identification on ATC radar.

Powerplants Two 820kW (1100shp) Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A65B turboprops driving four blade constant speed Hartzell propellers

Performance ax cruising speed 495km/h (267kt). Range with 10 pax at long range cruising speed with reserves 2907km (1570nm)

Weights : Empty 4327kg (9540lb), max takeoff 7530kg (16,600lb)

Dimensions : Wing span 16.60m (54ft 6in), Length 17.63m (57ft 10in), Height 4.54m (14ft 11in) Wing area 28.2m2 (303sq ft)

Capacity: Flightcrew of two Cabin Crew One Passenger Seats Eighteen

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