The 1984 King Air 300 is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft designed and manufactured by Beechcraft Corporation, now a subsidiary of Textron Aviation. The King Air 300 is an upgraded version of the King Air 200, with a longer fuselage and increased payload and range capabilities. The aircraft is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PT6A-60A engines, providing a maximum cruising speed of 310 knots and a range of up to 1,750 nautical miles. The King Air 300 features a comfortable and spacious cabin that can accommodate up to nine passengers. The cabin is designed with a luxurious interior, including advanced soundproofing, comfortable seating, and a modern entertainment system. The aircraft also features advanced avionics, including a Collins Pro Line II glass cockpit with integrated GPS and weather radar. The King Air 300 is a popular aircraft among business executives, regional airlines, and private owners for its reliability, versatility, and comfort. It is commonly used for corporate travel, air ambulance services, cargo transportation, and other general aviation operations.