The development of the twin-engine Beechcraft 60 Duke was commenced in 1965, with the intention to bridge the gap between the Beechcraft Baron and Queen Air. The first model was introduced in 1968 for commuting use. The aircraft featured pressurized cabin with club seating for the passengers’ comfort, with and port-side airstair entry door. The Beechcraft Duke 60 utilised honeycomb construction with the advanced bonding techniques used in previous Beechcraft models. The design uses Lycoming TIO541-B4 turbocharged engines, allowing for more efficiency and a lighter aircraft.
Red Box is pleased to offer a great range of ground power equipment for this aircraft, including tugs, ground power units, start power units, aviation tools, and more, which are perfectly suited to the requirements of the Beechcraft Duke 60 aircraft.
The fantastic RBI9650T Avionics Toolkit is ideal for your tool requirements. Boasting a huge 266 BAHCO tools, the synthetic resin, red, watertight, impact-resistant case contains inlays in two colours, red/anthracite and is Skydrol resistant.
For continuous power supply, the RBSC100 unit is compact, lightweight and highly portable, and has been designed to give continuous high quality DC power for crew training, aircraft servicing in the workshop, on the ramp or in the eld.
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