Yeap, same type. Sorry for the confusion.minitour said:Which are the same type, correct?
BE200Driver said:not sure which model 90 you are asking about but in the 200 we see 800lbs/hour down low and 600-650 at the higher altitudes. It can get better but we never get out of the low 20's.
the E90 at max cruise power @10,000 will brun about 700/hour. Up in the low 20's 450-500/hour.
The 300 has a MTOW of 14,000 vs the 200's 12,500
cvsfly said:I agree. Our B200 (PT6-42 = 850 shp) operates 350 hrs Block/310 Flight (Hobbs) per year. Average 1.4 Block/leg, 1.2 Flight/leg and 98 gal/Block Hour at 6.7 lbs/gal = 656 lbs/hr. Mix of legs as short as 50 nm and up to 900 nm, average 276 nm/leg and altitudes 5000 to FL 270, probably averaging FL 220 - 230. We run at 750 ITT or 2050 ft-lbs and 270 (summer)-275 KTAS (winter) (based in the South) at altitude. Training notes I have put a C-90 (PT6A-21= 550 shp) at 500# 1st hr, 400# 2nd hr if above FL180 and a 200 (PT6-41= 850 shp) at 700# 1st hr, 600 # after if above FL220.