King Air 100-300 Series

If you are searching for a full support staff with extensive education and knowledge of providing the right parts to your location in the most efficient and professional manner, contact Lamar Aero, Inc. We stock a vast array of parts for the King Air 100-300 Series in our main headquarters located in Jacksonville, Florida. We have established networks and distribution points throughout the world to logistically provide items you purchase when you need them. We specialize in delivering orders to the most remote destination in a timely manner without the large expense. Contact us today at 904-364-2111 to find out more information.

KingAir_new_right_side_img

In addition to surplus inventory Lamar PMA Corp. a subsidiary of Lamar Aero holds numerous FAA/PMA design approvals for a vast product line of King Air parts. If high prices and long delivery times are delaying your maintenance project Lamar PMA can aid in obtaining FAA/PMA approval for the parts required. We are always looking for viable PMA candidates. Please contact us with your suggestions. For a list of PMA approved items, please click here:

100 Series King Air The smallest of the King Air is the 90/100 Series, it is primarily a utility and travel aircraft. This aircraft is equipped with retractable landing gear, a pressurized cabin and many other options found in planes much larger in size.

Crew 1 / 2 Passengers 90=6-8, 100=8-13 Propulsion 2 Turboprop Engines Engine Model Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-28 Engine Power (each) 507 kW 680 shp

200 Series King Air In 1974 the King Air 200 Model was put into service, it has many of the traits found in the 100 series but with upgraded wings and T-tail. This twin-engine turboprop was designed for corporate, utility and private use.

Crew 1 / 2 Passengers 7, max. 15 Propulsion 2 Turboprop Engines Engine Model Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-42 Engine Power (each) 634 kW 850 shp

300 Series King Air The King Air 300 was just another example of how you can make a good thing better; nearly 240+ examples were produced by the end of production in 1991. Today many of these planes still continue in many commercial and military fleets.

Crew 1 / 2 Passengers 6-14 Propulsion 2 Turboprop Engines Engine Model Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-60A

Engine Power (each) 783 kW 1050 shp