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I was looking at page 54 of this month's issue, on the story of the 6000th King Air (congrats to Beech on a fine record). Paul Bowen photographed the airplane in what looks like an approach, with the two mains down, but the nose up and buttoned up.
Although I have no ''high performance'time, I've usually thought that all three landing gear move at the same time. Is it different on the King Air 200?
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