KING AIR 100
The King Air 100 was developed between 1979 and 1983. The goal of the King Air 100 was to provide customers with a stretched version of the King Air 90. The King Air 100 is known for its climb performance and ability to carry a lot of baggage. Production of the King Air 100 stopped in 1983 and Beechcraft replaced the model with the King Air 200 which is still made today. The King Air 100 has the same cabin as the King Air 200 with little different performance specs. The King Air 100 is still a favorite turboprop on the charter market today.