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By: Blr Aerospace  09-12-2011

King Air B200GT Upgrades

A series of product enhancements from industry-leading companies come together to deliver big benefits in the new King Air B200GT. The addition of BLR Aerospace Winglets increases lift and reduces drag and stall speed. Yet, because of their composite construction, the Winglets add very little weight. New composite propellers and a new ram air recovery system are also key enhancements. The King Air B200GT can be off the ground in about 2,100 feet, allowing it to use airports inaccessible to previous King Airs – and off limits to jets. All performance information is included in the new BLR Flight Manual Supplement.

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