Introduced in 1968, the Beechcraft Model 99—also referred to as the Airliner 99 or Commuter 99—was designed based on its predecessors, the King Air and Queen Air, featuring a newly crafted and meticulously designed nose structure. Developed to succeed the Beechcraft Model 18, its development began in the early 1960s. Elements inherited from the previous aircraft include the engine and sub-system, derived from the King Air, and wings from the Queen Air model. Presently, most Beechcraft 99 Airliners are utilized for freight and various utility purposes.
Red Box is delighted to present an extensive range of ground power equipment tailored for the Beechcraft 99 Airliner aircraft. Our offerings include tugs, ground power units, start power units and more, meticulously crafted to align with the specific requirements of the Beechcraft 99 Airliner aircraft.
The RBPS50 continuous power unit, characterized by its compact, lightweight, and highly portable design, is ideal for diagnostic work, pre-flight checks, or continuous powering of equipment during operations, without depleting the onboard aircraft batteries. Simultaneously, the 717 tug facilitates easy and safe manoeuvring of aircraft by a single person in tightly stacked hangars or staging on the ramp.