In 2008 the B200GT was introduced with the PT6A-52 engine specifically designed for the aircraft, which improved climb capability and increased cruise speed. In 2011 new composite winglets and propellers were incorporated to improve performance and the aircraft was designated the King Air 250. Standard configuration of the King Air B200 is for eight passengers in an arrangement with a club plus four individual seats. A ten-passenger configuration is available in which a two-place divan is located aft of the copilot seat, a single seat is behind the pilot's position, a four-seat club is aft of those seats, and a lavatory seat and two fold-down seats occupy the aft cabin area.
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The King Air B200GT has a range of 1,403 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.