Beech 99 Airliner
The Beech 99 is a development of the fruitful Queen Air/King Air arrangement, and shares the King Air's fundamental powerplant and format, yet generally is another outline, with an essentially stretched lodge with more noteworthy seating limit.
Outline of the 99 started in the late 1960s, to some extent to discover a substitution for the respected Beech 18. In December 1965 an extended fuselage Queen Air was flown surprisingly, while the Pratt & Whitney Canada Pt6 controlled model 99 made its first flight in July 1966. The principal client flying machine was conveyed in May 1968, the arrangement then known as the Commuter 99. At the time the 99 was Beech's biggest airplane yet and Beech was hopefully determining a creation rate of 100 for every year.
Resulting models were the A99, A99a and B99, with contrasting powerplants, submodels and weights. The B99 was accessible in two variations, the B99 Airliner and the B99 Executive, a corporate transport adaptation with seating for somewhere around eight and 17 travelers.
Creation of ahead of schedule models was stopped in 1975, and it was not until 1979 that the enhanced C99 Commuter (in addition to the bigger 1900, portrayed independently) was proclaimed as a major aspect of Beech's come back to the suburbanite carrier market. A changed over B99 fitted with P&wc Pt6a34 motors served as the C99 model, and flew in this structure surprisingly on June 20 1980.
Creation flying machine offered Pt6a36 motors, and conveyances recommenced after accreditation, both in July 1981. Right away a short time later it got to be known as the C99 Airliner.
C99 creation stopped in 1986.
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