The Beechcraft 1900 is a twin-engine turboprop regional airliner manufactured by Beechcraft. It is also used as a freight aircraft and corporate transport, and by several governmental and military organizations. With customers favoring larger regional jets, its production was ended in October 2002.

There are three different variants: the 1900, the 1900C and the 1900D. The Beechcraft 1900 entered service in 1984 but the front and aft boarding doors were quickly replaced by a single front one and an aft cargo door on the 1900C version. In 1991, the 1900D offered a stand-up cabin, more powerful engines, a new propeller design and a full EFIS cockpit.
The 1900D is the most popular version of the airliner, with 439 of the 1900D built.
The 1900D cruises at 280 kt (520 km/h) and its average range with 19 passengers is around 680 nm (1,260 km).


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