Beechcraft King Air 350

Fast and flexible

The Beechcraft King Air 350 Turboprop is appropriate for shorter distances and can be used at airfields with short runways.

The robust and very reliable King Air is equipped with a loading device which enables transportation of up to two stretcher patients and one seated patient. The aircraft is fitted with comprehensive ambulance equipment and state-of-the-art medical devices for intensive medical care on board.

Technical Data
High Speed Cruise: 580 km/h
Range: 2,600 km
Max. Take-off Weight: 6,804 kg
Crew: 2 + 1 doctor + 1 paramedic
Year of Manufacture: 2006
Length: 14.22 m
Height: 4.37 m
Wingspan: 17.65 m
Medical Equipment
Ventilator: Dräger Oxilog 3000
Monitors: Corpuls C3 / Corpuls C1
Defibrillator: integrated in Corpuls 3
Syringe pump: Perfusor Braun Space
Infusion pump: Infusomat Braun Space
Pacemaker: EP 3074
Video laryngoscope: Storz C-MAC
Ultrasound device: FUJIFILM SonoSite Edge
Bronchoscope: Ambu aScope
Intra-osseous device: Arrow EZ-IO
Blood analysis device: Abbott i-STAT
Suction pump: Laerdal LSU 4000 and Accu Vacu
Newborn child transport: Dräger Isolette TI 500 Incubator incl. Stephan F120 mobile ventilator and neonatologist team
Cabin and Baggage
Passengers: up to 2 stretcher patients and 1 seated patient
Height: 1.45 m
Length: 5.94 m
Width: 1.37 m
Baggage: 1.57 m³ in the cabin, additionally 0.45 m³ externally accessible