Fly a King Air 300 or 350?
Upgrade your cockpit to Garmin G1000® NXi flight deck
The G1000® NXi flight deck is now available for integration with the Blackhawk Aerospace XP67A Engine+ Upgrade for the King Air 300 and King Air 350, adding a significant benefit to those looking to maximize these aircraft. Additionally, Garmin has expanded its Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval to now include King Air 350 aircraft with a max gross weight of 16,500 lbs.1, bringing the enhanced capability to operators looking to maximize payload and efficiency.
The Blackhawk Aerospace XP67A Engine+ Upgrade for the King Air 300 includes two factory-new Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67A engines and Hartzell 5-bladed composite propellers, combined to deliver maximum cruise speeds as high as 343 knots true airspeed with an initial rate of climb up to 4,000 feet per minute. This performance increase results in only 19 minutes to climb from sea-level to flight-level 350 – half the time compared to a King Air 300 without this upgrade. The XP67A Engine+ Upgrade is available via the Blackhawk Aerospace Dealer network.
King Air Heavyweight Enablement
King Air 350 owners and operators can also take advantage of enhanced payload capabilities via the G1000 NXi approval and integration with Textron Aviation’s increased gross weight STC. The increased gross weight STC is available from Textron Aviation and requires software enablement for G1000 NXi applications. This STC applies to B300 aircraft, serial number FL-584 through FL-1030 (excluding FL-954 and FL-1010), and B300C serial number FM-25 through FM-65. It is also compatible with production Textron B300 and B300C Heavyweight aircraft.