The FAA orders more King Airs


The Federal Aviation Administration has ordered another two King Air C90GTx aircraft from Hawker Beechcraft, with an option for a further addisitional aircraft

King Air C90GTxEarlier this week, at the
Farnborough Airshow, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation (HBC) announced it has
received a follow-on order from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for
two Beechcraft King Air C90GTx with the option for one additional aircraft.

“The King Air C90GTx is
ideally suited for utilisation by FAA inspectors for this program to ensure the
safety of National Air Space and we are proud the FAA continues to select the
King Air as their platform of choice,” said Jay Gibson, HBC vice president,
Special Missions.

Gibson continued “The C90GTx has performance and specification attributes that
meet all of the program’s criteria for payload, range, speed and altitude. In
addition, it offers the latest available avionics technology, which is
representative of modern general aviation and air carrier aircraft currently
flying in the NAS.”