King Air C90
The most economical of our air ambulance aircraft is our King Air C90. This plane is great for regional trips giving the patient a cost-effective mode of medically secure air transportation. Our King Air C90 can travel up to three and a half hours non-stop (approx. 1,100 statute miles).
AASLifeFlight utilizes the King Air C90 aircraft for mid to short-range flights.
This pressurized, twin engine turboprop aircraft is capable of cruising up to 29,000 feet at speeds up to 330 mph. It has a very roomy interior and can transport one patient comfortably.
Our King Air C90 is iconic in the pressurized twin turbo prop world. Safe, reliable, comfortable and fast. It is capable of operating from short unimproved runways providing additional flexibility during life and death situations in remote areas.
It has one patient capability with one intensive care or one non intensive care station with optional instrument platform and loading system. Its medical cabinets is fully stocked with essential medications, supplies and equipment. The seating is comfortable for medical crew and patient’ family member.
The aircraft is equipped with:
- A Med-Pac Model 400 Air Ambulance Life Support System
- This fully self-contained critical care system is equipped with 3,300 liters of oxygen, an air compressor, vacuum pump, invertor, 115 volts AC electrical outlets, 28 volts DC outlet, and pneumatic outlets.
- It has an automatic latching stretcher system, has an adjustable back rest and a thick form pad with bacteria static vinyl covering
Beechcraft King Air C90 Specifications
||Max Cruise Speed
||Traffic Collision Avoidance System
|840 nautical miles (nm)
Beechcraft King Air C90 Capabilities
||Air at 50psi
||115 Volt Electrical Outlets
||up to 4
Beechcraft King Air C90 Passenger Capabilities
||Area of Operation
|1 per patient
||1 small carry-on
||Bahamas, Turks & Caicos Islands, and Florida
* Subject to patient care requirements
AASLifeFlight’s fleet is comprised of 2 fixed-wing aircraft. They are the Beechcraft King-Air 200B and the Beechcraft King-Air 90. These fixed-winged, medically-equipped aircraft are capable of short-range and long-range flights.