There is ample baggage space in a Cheyenne. Unlike a King Air 90, where all the baggage has to be hoisted into the rear of the cabin, the Cheyenne offers two baggage areas. One, in the nose, is huge. I am always amazed at what I can stuff in there. That's a good thing because, like most airplanes, it is possible to get the center of gravity too far aft. A nice heavy suitcase or case of gin up front is a great antidote to CG worries. Then there is the huge space in the aft portion of the cabin, too. Readily accessible during flight, heated and pressurized, this is the space for computers, sandwiches and perishables. Rugged-looking strapping holds everything in place, a good thing to remember when the airplane slows quickly upon landing when I slip into beta range and those big props go beyond flat and into reverse.