KING AIR 350 | TRAINER
The King Air 350 provides the basis of Air Force and Navy large aircraft aircrew training, for aircraft such as the C-27J, C-130J, C-17A or T565. It is furthermore used by the Military to provide training for air combat officer, maritime aviation warfare officers and in navigation.
The King Air is a modern twin-engine turboprop with two front seat crew capable of carrying up to four back-seat crew or nine passengers with a range of over 2,000 km.
Students are being trained for a variety of roles including low-level tactical fast-jet operations, maritime patrol and response operations and air battle management. Low-level tactical and maritime training flights are typically conducted 250 to 1,000 feet above ground level.
A jump seat may be fitted centrally behind the pilot and co-pilot to allow an instructor to monitor the student and assist the pilot if required.
Students trained on the King Air will graduate as either Pilots, Air Combat Officers (ACOs) for the NHAF or Maritime Aviation Warfare Officers (AvWOs) for the New Hayesalian Navy.