Beechcraft King Air 350

The King Air 350 twin-engine turboprop is the successor to the original King Air 300. The size of the cabin allows up to 8 passengers to enjoy sufficient comfort during the entire flight. The King Air 350 will transport you to a distance of 3 345 km and also to less accessible airports with shorter runways, or in the mountains, where there are unstable weather conditions. Such airports include, for example, Samedan (St. Moritz), Sion, Saanen, Zell am See and Portoroz seaside airport.

The King Air 350 is also known for its low running costs. This makes it a cost-effective solution for clients seeking a balance between performance and economy.


Beechcraft Corporation is an American aircraft manufacturer, founded in 1932 by Walter Herschel Beech and his wife in Wichita, Kansas. In 2014, he bought Textron Aviation Inc. and Beechcraft became part of a large family along with Cessna, Hawker and Bell Helicopter.

Technical Specifications

Cabin height 1.45 m
Cabin width 1.37 m
Cabin length 5.94 m
Number of seats 6-8
Luggage compartment 2.03
Range 3.345 km


Flight attendant
Catering / snack