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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by jordane93, Aug 4, 2020.
New saddle on a 50 year old horse.
You could say the same for the 2020 F-150 or Silverado too, I suppose.
But now they offer buttercream and latte for seat colors!!
Can it be flown with a 300/350 type rating?
I can't get past his collared shirt and vest combo.....not even sure what the producers were trying to do there.
That said, anyone wants to offer a ride in their king air of any vintage, I'm taking it.
It comes off as old, conservative aerospace exec trying to look hip a la the vested tech exec crowd. Not even an LL Bean vest.
Or the wooden teleprompter reading.
That kills it , gotta be LL Bean for sure .
Good lord...that was just 10 min of buzzword bingo for a few small upgrades.
Made you look... ;-)
I actually like the King Air...that felt like a new Apple iPhone model releases that you just say "huh?...why?" vs some massive innovation to get excited about.
King Air is a good platform. Lots of corporate birds out there, and special mission/government contract MC-12s. But like anything, when new competition enters the market, innovation happens....Paging Pilatus, twin T-prop offering?
So when does the King Air Max debut?