Year: 1982 S O L D
Model: King Air B-200
6,566.7 Total Time, Current Hobbs reading: 6,269.8, 5,721 Landings, 599.3 SMOH Right PT-6A-42 by Atlantic Turbines (4/20/05) Serial # PCE 93352. 699.6 SMOH Left PT-6A-42 by Atlantic Turbines (4/24/03) Serial # PCE 93348, 23.2 SPOH R&L 4 Bladed McCauley props (8/18/17). 411/413 Next Due 7/31/19. Date of Mfg. February 1982. Useful Load: 4,523# Phase 1-2 Performed September 2017, Phase 3-4 due Sept 19, Gear Actuators due August ’23, Wing Bolt Replacement due August ’29, Starter Generators Overhaul due in 353 Hrs.91.411/413 Next Due 7/31/19. Date of Mfg. February 1982. Useful Load: 4,523#
King Package with KFC-300 Autopilot/Flight Director/IFCS, Altitude Alert and Preselect, Garmin GNS-530 with TAWS, KTR-905A Com, KNR-630A Nav, RDS-81 Weather Radar, Dual King KDF-805 with Dual King KNI-581 RMI, King KDM-705 DME, King KXP-755 Transponder with King Encoding Altimeter, King KRA-405 Radar Altimeter, Co-Pilot PN-101 H.S.I. Dual NAT Intercom controls, Shadin Fuel Totalizer.
12,499# Gross Weight. 4,523# Useful Load
Hi-Float Cleveland Wheels & Brakes,with Raisbeck MK-VI Enclosed Gear Doors, Butterfield Flow Thru Anti-Ice, Aft Air, Autofeather, Cockpit and Cabin Fire Extinguishers(Halon), Cockpit Relief Tube Second Cabin Door Support Cable, Concorde Lead Acid Battery, Air Conditioning with 134A Freon Mod, Synchrophaser, Fire Detection and Extinguishing, Tel-Tail Lights, Aft Air Conditioning.
Maintenance Summary & History
2. Last Compression:
3. Component Overhaul /
4. Scheduled Maintenance:
Phase 1,2 done 8/25/16 @ 6,194.6 Hobbs, Phase 3,4 done 9-1-17 @ 6,246.6 Hobbs
91.411/91.413 due 5/31/19 , 15 Year Wing Bolt R&R due 9-2-29
Fire Bottle and Squibs Due 2017 Battery replaced 5/31/17
6 Year Gear Insp due 9-1-23 359 Since 1000 Hr Starter/Gen O/H
5. Engine Service Bulletins Complied With:
6. Airframe Service Bulletins Complied With:
7. Service Letters Complied With:
8. AD Compliance Summary:
9. Repair History
On January 10, 1986 the aircraft experienced a partial collapse of the main gear while landing in Mangere, NZ (Auckland) due to stripped gears in the gear box and actuators. Extremely well documented repairs carried out with replacement of parts with new components. Affected areas included lower nacelles, inboard flaps and belly skins. The aircraft has flown over 4,000 hours and 32 years since the repair..
6 Full sized stuffed Creme Leather Chairs. Seats Rate 8 on 10 scale. Tan Wool upper sidewalls and headliner rates 8 on 10 Scale. BRAND NEW CARPET, LOWER SIDEWALLS, BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT COVERING AND REAR CABIN DIVIDER FINISH MARCH 2018. Two Tone Maple/Walnut Cabinetry and woodwork rate 8 on 10 Scale. Overall condition rates 8+ on 10 scale. Cabinet with heated Mapco Liquid Dispenser (Fwd Left),Cabinet with Two General Storage and One Ice Chest Drawer (Fwd RS), Forward Cabin Sliding Partition Door, Aft Cabin Lav Partition Door Belted, Flushing Lav, (2) optional aft seats that mount in Baggage compartment, Rotatable Polarized interior cabin window inserts. Dual Executive writing desks. 2 Aft Jump seats available but not installed.
BRAND NEW MARCH 2018 IN KING AIR 250 Design by East Coast Aircraft. Overall Matterhorn White with Superjet Black and Las Vegas Gold Stripes
Aircraft was exported new to New Zealand in February 1982 and remained there until July1988 having accumulated approximately 2,900 hours. It arrived in the US in October of 1988 at which time both engines were overhauled by Aviall. It was exported to South Africa in April, 1989 and remained there until January 1995 by which time it had accumulated a total airframe time of approximately 4,200 hours. It was imported into the US on 2-2-95 by Executive Beechcraft. One Michigan owner since it was imported.
Cody F. Welch & Associates presents these specifications for introduction but has not performed a maintenance inspection of the aircraft. Specifications are subject to Purchasers verification upon inspection. Subject to prior sale or removal from market.