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Twin engine turboprop aircraft with retractable landing gear. The MU-2B-40 seats up to 8 passengers plus 1 pilot.

Performance specifications


2 x 665 HP

Best Cruise Speed:

313 KIAS

Best Range (i):

1,600 NM

Fuel Burn:

78.4 GPH

Stall Speed:


Rate of climb:

2,300 FPM

Rate of climb (1 engine out):

475 FPM


33,500 FT

Ceiling (1 engine out):

16,900 FT

Landing distance:

1,950 FT

Takeoff distance over 50ft obstacle:

1,800 FT


Gross Weight:

10,470 LBS

Empty Weight:

7,210 LBS

Maximum Payload:

2,400 LBS

Fuel capacity:

403 GAL

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Engine (x2)






665 HP

Overhaul (HT):

5,400 Hrs

Years before overhaul:



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Total Cost of Ownership: $86,326.25
Best Cruise: 283 KIAS ( 30 )
Best Range: 2193 NM ( 593 )
Fuelburn: 75.8 GPH ( 2.6 )

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