The Kingair C90GTI accommodates five to eight passengers and is equipped with a lavatory and in-flight cabin access to a pressurized baggage compartment. With a range of 1,600 km it is particularly suitable for short flights of up to two hours.
The most popular aircraft among our customers
From turboprop aircraft to VIP Airliners, we will find you the right model. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about the different aircraft types.
Turboprops are propeller aircraft with a turbine engine propulsion system. The advantages of turbine-driven propellers over piston engines are high reliability, a nearly continuous power output at all altitudes, and smoother running. Turboprops are very economic and can land on particularly short runways of smaller airports due to their blade pitch (reverse thrust). Turboprop aircraft operate at a lower speed than their jet-propelled equivalents and are typically used for flight distances of less than 2 hours.
- Lower range (up to 2.5 hours of flight time)
- Smaller cabin
- Lower speed (up to approx. 400km/h)
- Very economic
- Can be used on very short runways
The world's best-selling single-engine turboprop of the Swiss manufacturer Pilatus can accommodate six to eight people. Despite its lower speed, the PC-12 is highly popular due to its spaciousness and the ability to land on unpaved runways.