The King Air F90 was designed based on the introduction of the Model C90 in 1971. The original model boasted an increased wingspan compared to its predecessors, along with a higher maximum takeoff weight (MTOW). Manufactured from 1972 onward, the Beechcraft King Air E90 underwent refinement and modification to give rise to the Model F90, followed by the Model F90-1. The King Air F90 incorporated a T-tail, combining it with the fuselage and wings of its predecessor, the E90. Powered by the robust PT6A-135 engine, the F90 featured four-bladed propellers.
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