The design of the King Air F90 was based on the Model C90 which was introduced in 1971. The original model featured increased wingspan over its predecessors, as well as increased MTOW. The Beechcraft King Air E90 was manufactured from 1972 and was refined and altered to create the Model F90 and follow-on Model F90-1. The Beechcraft King Air F90 used a T-tail and combined it with the fuselage and wings of the predecessing E90. The engine used was the more powerful PT6A-135, used to power 4 bladed propellers.
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