King Air

The King Air first entered service with the RAF in 2004 and is used as an advanced, multi-engine pilot training aircraft by 45(R) Squadron based at RAF Cranwell. Its combination of a well-proven airframe with advanced cockpit and systems make it an ideal training platform for the new generation of multi-engine aircraft entering RAF service. In addition to its flying training role, the King Air can be used to carry up to 6 passengers or freight. An example of the King Air T1 will be on static display at the Air Show.