Category:Beechcraft King Air

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Beechcraft 65-A90 King Air in Point Break.

The Beechcraft King Air is a series of twin-turboprop aircraft first introduced in 1964 and still in production. The series can be split into two main variants: the earlier 90 and 100 series; and the improved 200/300 series known as 'Super' King Airs. The 200/300 series features a T-tail design along with other changes and improvements.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Beechcraft King Air.

See also