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This beauty was built sometime in the early ’90s, she started her career in the USA as N8227P. In 1994 she was cancelled as she moved to Europe to Germany. She became D-IOMG and later D-IHHE. She got the HA-ACA registration in 2015, since then she is flying here as a business aeroplane. She got a new paintwork and a renewed interior around 2017. She can be found in Tököl Airfield nowadays.

Beech King Air is part of a line of American utility aircraft produced by Beechcraft, the King Air line comprises a number of twin-turboprop models. The Model 90 King Air was conceived as the Model 120 in 1961, after a lot of modification the factory introduced Model C90 in 1971, with increased wingspan and MTOW. This version was equipped with PT6A-20A turboprop engines. C90A received an increase in MTOW in 1987, being certified to 10,100 lb (4,580 kg). The C90A model was in production until 1992, by which time 235 had been built. Model C90B followed that year with airframe improvements, four-bladed Hartzell propellers, and propeller synchrophasing, all in an effort to reduce cabin noise. This model also had PT6A-21s.
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