C90 King Air Conversion

Cutter Aviation takes a derelict C90 King Air and makes it look like a million bucks. Well, a million and a half, to be exact.

Refurbished 1979 King Air C90Robert Goyer
The completed Garmin G600 installation.Robert Goyer
With the engines come Blackhawk's analog engine gauges. They are about as easy on the eyes as analog gauges get.
The copilot's side G600 displays a wealth of information. The MFD is actually part of the same display, so it is not reversionary, as the MFD on a turbine-class G1000 is.
This 1979 C90 offers passengers a comfy cabin. Arizona Aircraft Interiors did most of its work while the avionics were being installed.
Raisbeck's Crown Wing Lockers make loading bags a breeze, and its Quiet Turbofan Propellers cut noise substantially.
This C90 enjoys a huge increase in payload, thanks to Raisbeck's Dual Aft Body Strakes, which improve low-speed handling.