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Beechcraft Super King Air 300, 350 Pilot Training Manual

Price: 29.99 USD
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File size: 31.04 MB
File ending in: pdf
Estimated download time: 0.64 Minutes
Manual details, specs and technical data:
Models / manufacturer: Super King Air 300, 350 / Beechcraft Corporation, Pratt & Whitney Canada.
Engine specs (Super King Air 300): PT6A-60A, 2 engines,
Engine specs (Super King Air 350): 2 P&WC PT6A-60A, 1,050shp/ISA+10, Turboprop.
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Manual Language: English
Manual format: PDF / e-book (zip)
Printable: Yes




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20 interesting tech specs about the Beechcraft Super King Air 300, 350 aircraft:

1. The Beechcraft Super King Air 300 and 350 are twin-turboprop aircraft models.
2. The 300 model has a maximum cruising speed of about 300 knots (345 mph) and a range of about 1,500 nautical miles.
3. The 350 model has a maximum cruising speed of about 318 knots (365 mph) and a range of about 1,800 nautical miles.
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4. Both models have a maximum takeoff weight of 12,500 pounds.
5. The 300 model has a maximum payload of 2,832 pounds, while the 350 model has a maximum payload of 3,325 pounds.
6. The 300 model has a maximum altitude of 31,000 feet, while the 350 model has a maximum altitude of 35,000 feet.
7. Both models have a pressurized cabin that can accommodate up to 8-10 passengers.
8. The 300 model is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PT6A-60A engines, while the 350 model is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PT6A-60A engines with a higher power rating.
9. The 300 model has a fuel capacity of 696 gallons, while the 350 model has a fuel capacity of 740 gallons.
10. The 300 model has a wingspan of 54 feet 4 inches, while the 350 model has a wingspan of 54 feet 4 inches.
11. The 300 model has a length of 39 feet 9 inches, while the 350 model has a length of 39 feet 9 inches.
12. The 300 model has a height of 15 feet 8 inches, while the 350 model has a height of 15 feet 8 inches.
13. The 300 model has a typical empty weight of 7,200 pounds, while the 350 model has a typical empty weight of 7,600 pounds.
14. Both models are equipped with a Collins Pro Line II avionics suite.
15. The 300 model has a maximum takeoff distance of 2,938 feet, while the 350 model has a maximum takeoff distance of 3,245 feet.
16. The 300 model has a maximum landing distance of 2,938 feet, while the 350 model has a maximum landing distance of 3,245 feet.
17. Both models have a maximum payload with full fuel of 1,500 pounds.
18. Both models have a maximum rate of climb of 2,800 feet per minute.
19. Both models have a maximum operating speed of 250 knots (288 mph).
20. Both models are certified for single pilot operation and equipped with an autopilot system and a flight director.


The Beechcraft Super King Air 300 and 350 Pilot Training Manual typically contains information and instructions related to the safe and efficient operation of the aircraft. Some specific topics that may be covered in the manual include:

1. Aircraft systems and components, including the engines, fuel system, electrical system, and landing gear.
2 .Flight controls and instruments, including the flight controls, autopilot, navigation systems, and flight instruments.
3. Normal and emergency procedures, including takeoff and landing procedures, systems malfunctions and failures, and emergency procedures such as ditching or evacuating the aircraft.
4. Performance data, including weight and balance, takeoff and landing performance, and flight planning information.
5. Operating limitations and restrictions, including weather, altitude, and airspeed limitations.
6. Maintenance and inspection requirements, including routine inspections, scheduled maintenance, and troubleshooting procedures.
7. Safety information, including emergency equipment and procedures, and information on how to respond to in-flight emergencies.
8. Emergency Procedures, such as fire and smoke, engine failure, electrical failure, cabin depressurization, etc.
9. Operating the aircraft in different conditions, such as high and low altitude, hot and cold weather, and day and night operations.
10. Other important information such as aircraft handling, flight planning, navigation, and communications.
11. The manual may also include detailed illustrations and diagrams to help pilots understand and operate the aircraft. It is important to note that the contents and specifics may vary depending on the version, publisher and the company that produced the manual.






Price: 29.99 USD