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Raytheon Beech C-12 Huron

Raytheon Beech C-12 Huron

In 1972 the C-12 did its maiden flight. The C-12 is a twin-engined turboprop airplane from the company Beechcraft (today: Raytheon). Since 1974 the US Armed Forces use the C-12. The US Army, the US Air Force and the US Navy use the C-12. Beside passengers the C-12 can be used for medical support and for transports. The C-12 is the military version of the Beech King Air 200. Since 1964 the Beech King Air 90 is in action as the first model of the King Air series. The King Air 100 followed in 1969, the King Air 200 in 1972, the King Air 300 in 1983 and the King Air 350 in 1988. With over 6000 sold aircrafts to over 90 countries the Beech King Air series is very successful. There is also the C-6 Ute which is the military version of King Air 90.

Technical data about the Raytheon Beech C-12 Huron
Crew 2 men
Length 13.34 m
Span 16.61 m
Height 4.52 m
Engines two Pratt & Whitney PT6A-42 turboprops each with 634 kW
Passengers 8
Maximum speed 545 km/h
Maximum takeoff weight 5,670 kg
Range 3,700 km

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Last Update: 07.10.2006