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  • Super King Air B200

    July 2005 ../Aeroworx Aviation ../B200POH ver. 2.0.1

    Pilots Operating Handbook

    Pilots Operating Handbookand

    Aircraft Flight ManualVersion 2.0.1

    for

  • Super King Air B200

    July 2005 ../Aeroworx Aviation ../B200POH ver. 2.0.1

    Pilots Operating Handbook

    On a typical early morning while the sun starts to rise on the horizon the dew slides off the wings as I find myself doing the all important walk around. As I concentrate on preparing my aircraft for departure I realize that I am about to climb into one of the most beautiful aircraft I have ever flown. The King Air 200 has a certain gracefulness and at the same time possesses a ravishing design only a pilot can appreciate. Aeroworx has designed the King Air 200 where all simulator pilots can feel the same way I do about the most desired twin turbo prop of all time.

    As I accelerate down the runway you can hear those invincible Pratt & Whitney engines rumble with power. I reach my rotation speed and immediately you feel that Beechcraft quality design in the King Air 200. The stability, performance, and acceleration are overwhelming. At this point you leave yourself on the ground and you realize you have found your calling. You are envied by many that stare at computer screens all day and are continually being overlooked by their superiors. Here you are your own boss and you make the decisions. As you continue to climb you are about to experience what every pilot will never get tiresome of. The plane is just below an overcast layer and as you are about to penetrate the bottoms where you will find a sense of invisibility. Here no one can see you, you are hidden. While there is always a bottom of a cloud layer there sure remains to be a top. It is here where the pilot will get that feeling you can never grow too old for. As you look up you can see the halo of the sun getting brighter and brighter. Before you know it you are halfway between the clouds that once engulfed your Aeroworx King Air to the open skies which give you the feeling of freedom which you never felt. Between this transition is where the awesome feeling of speed is sensed. Your plane skims over the cloud top at 200 knots while leaving the trace of the wingtip vortices behind you. This is where you have the MOST appreciation for your job. But the appreciation doesnt end there. In fact, it never ends. To the mountains you overlook at 20,000 feet, to the sunrises and sunsets you experience from that heightened point of view, and to the trips you get to Las Vegas that are all paid for! Besides the latter (too bad), Aeroworx allows you to experience this as close as flight simming will allow you. Set the pressurization to FL350 and let the Aeroworx Beech-craft King Air 200 take you to where your heart desires. Unfortunately, the jet fuel is consumed and the fun must begin its descent. But there is nothing from stopping you from topping up the fuel tanks and continuing on that journey we all desire.

    Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Jack Colwill and I am currently employed on the King Air 200. I have been flying the King Air 100s & 200s for the last seven years. I have been an active Flight Simulator user for a number of years. During this time I have never come across a MSFS King Air that really tickled my fancy until I was introduced to the Aeroworx Super King Air B200. The day I installed it I immediately thought I was sitting at work in the 200. Unfortunately my peripheral vision is pretty good and I could see the edges of my monitor which brought me back to reality. The Aeroworx team has worked extremely hard at bringing you the virtual version of what I fortunately get to experience in real life.

    The difference is sometimes I have to spend days away from the family as you do not (the wife may not see you for days while you are flying this bird but technically you are still not away from home!). I have had hours of excitement flying this Super King Air B200 and now its time for you to experience it first hand.

    Introduction by Jack ColwillChief Test Pilot

  • Super King Air B200

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    Pilots Operating Handbook

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    Table of Contents

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    Disclaimer .................................................................................................Overview ...................................................................................................General .....................................................................................................Aircraft Maintenance and Realism Module ...............................................2D Instrument Panel .................................................................................General Aircraft Information .....................................................................Aircraft Limitations ...................................................................................Emergency Procedures .............................................................................Normal Procedures ...................................................................................EFIS-84 and APS-65 Reference ................................................................Sperry ADI & HSI Reference .....................................................................Performance Charts (1700, 1800 & 1900 rpms) .....................................KLN90B Guide ..........................................................................................Virtual Cockpit Guide ................................................................................Pilots Operational Documentation ...........................................................

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  • Super King Air B200

    July 2005 ../Aeroworx Aviation ../B200POH ver. 2.0.1

    Pilots Operating Handbook

    Disclaimer

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    ALL MATERIAL CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR FLIGHT SIMULATION USE ONLY, AND HAS BEEN SPECIFICALLY WRITTEN TO BE USED WITH THIS AIRCRAFT IN MICROSOFT FLIGHT SIMULATOR.

    THE AEROWORX B200 MAY NOT BE USED AS, AND IS NOT INTENDED TO BE A TRAINING SUBSTITUTE OR A FLIGHT TRAINING DEVICE.

    THIS POH MAY NOT BE USED AS, AND IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED AS A TRAINING SUBSTITUTE OR A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE REAL PILOTS OPERATING HANDBOOK.

    Illustrations, descriptions, schematic diagrams and other data serve only for explanatory purposes. They cannot be used as the basis for real flight training and/or operations. We accept no liability for conformity of the contents with international, national or local flight regulations.

    This software is designed for entertainment purposes only. Although we have designed the B200 as close as possible to the real aircraft, it is not designed as a training device. Not all avionics systems have been simulated, and some of those that have been simulated may not be entirely functional.

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    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------This document is provided free of charge and is public domain. Aeroworx claims no copyright except for our own

    original text and images. It is intended for Flight Simulation use only, and may not be used in any real world aviation applications. The authors are not responsible for any errors or omissions.

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    DESIGNED FOR Compatibility:

    This software has been developed specifically for use with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004. It will NOT work in previous versions of the simulator.

  • Super King Air B200

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    Pilots Operating Handbook

    Overview

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    THE BEECHCRAFT SUPER KING AIR B200 is one of the most, if not the most, successful turbine powered aircraft in operation today. Since its introduction, the 200 has outsold every other single line of business aircraft, jet, or turboprop. The B200 has been extensively upgraded, inside and out, achieving new levels of quietness and comfort. On the ramp, they sit majestically, commanding a great deal of respect from both pilots and non-pilots. The Super King Air B200 gets your attention without being pretentious. This is more than a workhorse, but it certainly does that too.

    When compared to its jet competitors, the B200 offers unmatched utility. It carries more in a more comfortable cabin, operates from shorter fields, and costs less to operate. Considered by many as the workhorse of the skies, it can operate with a maximum payload of 2,440 pounds, and can get in and out of runways many jets are unable to use. The King Airs exclusive vertical oval design provides superior head and shoulder room. Cabin features include executive seating for 6, convenient refreshment storage, private aft lavatory, and in-flight accessible baggage. The combination of performance and reliability makes the Super King Air B200 the most versatile corporate aircraft in the sky. The twelve thousand five hundred pound turboprop will take-off and climb directly to 35,000 feet and land 500 miles away in less than two hours. The B200 is powered by two Pratt and Whitney PT6A-42 turboprop engines, delivering 850