Textron Aviation is introducing new interiors to its Beechcraft King Air 260 turboprop. Featuring craftsman-built cabinetry and a selection of fabrics and color schemes, the redesigned cabin interior will be available on all new King Air 260 aircraft in early 2022.
The King Air 260's cabinetry offers wood-grain finishes along with a modernised refreshment centre that is easily accessible for passengers throughout their flight. The cabin interior also offers a selection of four standard color palates – Alpaca, Buttercream, New Pewter, and Latte. The premium interior – Lava Saddle – is also available. Throughout the cabin, LED lighting provides a warm, inviting atmosphere with lit cupholders and pinhole lighting along the lower sidewalls.
Multiple USB charging ports have been added throughout the cabin, making it easier for greater productivity on your mobile device throughout the flight. Other amenities that come standard on the entire King Air lineup include pleated pull-down shades, pull-out work tables, and a private aft lavatory.
"The Beechcraft King Air is an iconic aircraft, and we place a great emphasis on continually improving these products," says Christi Tannahill, senior vice president, Customer Experience. "In addition to the latest technology we recently introduced in the cockpit, these new features we are bringing to the cabin of the King Air 260 will create an elevated flying experience for passengers."
The King Air 260 cabin, which seats seven passengers, is configured to maximize passenger comfort. The cabin has been designed to create a spacious environment that offers ample legroom at every seating station.
"The interiors and amenities provided on this aircraft will make every journey a relaxing and comfortable experience for our customers," says Tannahill. "Cabin amenities play a critical role in the selection of an aircraft, but they are also vitally important to how much our customers will enjoy every flight they take."