Range 1580nm I Passengers (max) 8
The Citation 2 is an ideal charter option for passengers looking for comfortable jet that can fly all over argentina.
The Citation II can carry eight passengers up to 2,000 nm at a max cruise speed of 374 knots. Its two Pratt & Whitney JT15D-4 engines provide 2,500 pounds of thrust apiece on takeoff. It climbs quickly at a little more than 3,000 feet per minute and has a maximum service ceiling of 43,000 feet.
The Citation II is certified under FAR part 25 airworthiness standards – these standards are mandatory for big airliners like the Boeing 747.
Range 900 nm (1.700 km) I Passengers (max) 5/6 Pax + 2 Pilots I Cruise Speed: 250 kt/h (465 k/h) I Cruise Altitude: 30,000 ft (9.900 m) I Cabin Height: 4.8 ft (1,46 m) I Cabin Width: 4.4 ft (1,34 m) I Cabin Length: 12.4 ft (3,78 m) I Baggage Vol: 48 ft3 (1,36 m3) I Lavatory: Limited
The Beechcraft King Air family is part of a line of twin-turboprop aircraft produced by Beechcraft. The King Air line of aircraft is comprised of a number of models that have been divided into two families; the Model 90 and 100 series are known as King Airs, while the Model 200 and 300 series were originally marketed as Super King Airs. Since production began in 1964, over 3,100 aircraft have been built. Production is currently still active, giving the Beechcraft King Air the longest continual production run of any civilian aircraft of its class. Several variants of the original design were created, including the Model A90, B90, and C90. The Model C90A, a variant of the C90, was introduced in 1984. The Model C90A featured the redesigned engine cowlings of the F90-1 and received an increase in takeoff weight in 1987, being certified to 10,100 lb. The aircraft was equipped with improved C90-1 landing gear retraction and electrical systems. It is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PT6A-21 turboprop engines with 550 shp each.
Range 828nm (max) I Passengers (max) 4
It is a light six-seater twin-engine, with turbocharged six-cylinder boxer engines that generates 400 horsepower. It is a fast multi-engine, equipped with counter-rotating motors
that allows a stable and uniform power range in all its spectrum of use.
These characteristics make an airplane very fast and easy to maneuver.
The aircraft has two compartments to accommodate luggage, one located at the front of the aircraft and the other at the rear, which is accessible from both the exterior and the interior of the aircraft.
Range 1400 nm (2.600 km) I Passengers (max) 8-10 Pax + 2 Pilots I Cruise Speed: 300 kt (555 km/h) I Ceiling: 35.000 ft (10.700 m) I Cabin Height: 4.8 ft (1,47 m) I Cabin Width: 4.5 ft (1,38 m) I Cabin Length: 16.7 ft (5,10 m) I Baggage Vol: Internal 55 ft3 (1,56 m3) I Baggage Vol: Wing 17 ft3 (0,48 m3 ea) I Lavatory: Limited
If you need to reach small and isolated airfields which are inaccessible to other, particularly larger, aircraft, the King Air 200 is a great option. Seating 6 passengers, the 200 is perfect for short-haul flights, business trips or business meetings, as it can bring you as close as possible to your destination. This turbo propeller aircraft offers fantastic value for money and the cabin's Club 4 seating arrangement guarantees your comfort. Over the years since the King Air 200's launch in 1969 a number of upgraded versions have been produced, most recently the B200GT and B200CGT, which offer performance-enhancing modifications, improving range, speed and cabin comfort.