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King Air Hot Section Inspections

Consistent, quality aircraft engine maintenance is vital to the overall health and longevity of your turboprop. Every 1800 flight hours, that engine maintenance includes a hot section inspection. What is a hot section inspection? A hot section inspection involves the thorough and detailed inspection of an engine’s vital parts, including the turbine blades, combustion chamber, …

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Avionics Upgrades for Your King Air

The Beechcraft King Air twin-turboprop series has consistently been an aircraft of choice for the last 50+ years. Ideal for hauling cargo, chartering, military transport, or luxury or corporate transport, the King Air is reliable, spacious, easy to fly, and even easier to maintain. King Air History King Air first entered service in 1964 with …

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Understanding the King Air High Utilization Inspection Program

King Air follows a phased schedule of inspections—phases one through four—that are each triggered by a set number of flight hours and focuses on different parts of the aircraft per phase. With these King Air phased inspections, inspections occur every 200 flight hours and a King Air owner is required to complete all four phases …

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Mitsubishi MU-2 vs. Beechcraft King Air 200

Aircraft are pitted against each other in the aviation world often. Owners, operators, and aviation enthusiasts are often found debating specs of one aircraft with its closest competitor—and the Mitsubishi MU-2 and Beechcraft King Air 200 debate is no different. While these two airplanes are vastly different at a high level—the two have completely different …

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Your King Air Doesn’t Need “Annual Inspections”

Most aircraft are required to receive annual inspections under 14 CFR § 91.409, which states that inspections are due within 12 calendar months of the last inspection. Whether you’re a corporate pilot, fellow MRO or somewhere in between, this is a schedule you’re likely very familiar with. But not all aircraft require an annual inspection, …

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