The development of the twin-engine Beechcraft 60 Duke began in 1965 with the aim of bridging the gap between the Beechcraft Baron and Queen Air. The inaugural model was introduced in 1968 for commuting purposes, featuring a pressurized cabin with club seating for passenger comfort and a port-side airstair entry door. The Beechcraft Duke 60 utilized honeycomb construction with advanced bonding techniques from previous Beechcraft models. Its design incorporated Lycoming TIO541-B4 turbocharged engines, enhancing efficiency and reducing the overall weight of the aircraft.
Red Box is delighted to offer an extensive range of ground power equipment tailored for the Beechcraft Duke 60 aircraft, including tugs, ground power units, start power units and more.
For a continuous power supply, the RBSC100 unit is compact, lightweight, and highly portable, designed to provide continuous high-quality DC power for crew training, aircraft servicing in the workshop, on the ramp, or in the field.