king Air 350 Instrument Panel

The Beechcraft Super King Air 350 is a large twin engine turboprop capable of comfortably carrying 8 to 12 passengers. Two Pratt and Whitney PT6A-60A 1,050 shp turbo prop enginesĀ  give this popular corporate aircraft has the ability to operate out of short runways with heavy loads and fly 1700 nm at 310 kts. The panel is from an early serial number aircraft with analog flight instruments and a Garmin 500 installed. For more info, specs and limitations on the KA 350.

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  1. Florian Bruhin

    Heya,

    I’m currently working on my final project for my apprenticeship. Here in Switzerland, basically at the end of your apprenticeship, you create a full product, to show you’ve earned the knowledge you should have.

    Now what I’m doing is a display driver – a small circuit with a microcontroller to control a small graphic display, which will later be used in a flight training yoke which is made at the company I work for (see http://www.beh.ch/index.php?id=143?&L=4 for details).

    Now since I assume the external expert who will judge my project documentation does not have a flying background, I need an example of a display built into a flight yoke, and I found that in your photo.

    The documentation is for internal use only – that is, my mentor, the expert and maybe some future apprentices are going to see it. While the end product is indeed commercial, the documentation about it is only my final project, and of no “real use”.

    Could I use your photo for that purpose? I’d also like to crop it a bit to the yoke if that’s okay.

    Thanks in advance,

    — Florian

    1. James Sorsby Post author

      Very sorry for the late reply. Your comment was lost in spam. If it’s not too late feel, free to use any of the material I’ve posted.

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