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CareFlight takes two King Airs

written by australianaviation.com.au | August 7, 2012
Hawker Pacific has delivered a pair of King Airs fitted with Proline 21 to CareFlight. (Hawker Pacific)

Hawker Pacific has delivered two extensively modified Beechcraft 200 King Air  aircraft to aeromedical service CareFlight.

Modifications of the Proline 21 equipped turboprops included a full strip and repaint as well as the installation of a cargo door, dual aft fold-up seats, Raisbeck EPIC Platinum performance modifications and an ADAS engine condition trend monitoring system. All were carried out at Hawker Pacific’s facility in Cairns.

The King Airs will be used for CareFlight’s Top End Aeromedical Service from January 2013.

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