The Beechcraft 1900 is a 19-passenger, pressurized twin engine turboprop airplane manufactured by the Raytheon Company. It was designed as and primarily used for regional airliner purposes but has also been utilized commercially in freight aircraft operations or corporate transport space because of its ability to travel distances up to 600 miles with passengers on board during any type of weather condition at certain airports that have short runways (Beechcraft).
The Beechliner’s popularity among passenger airlines and other users alike stems from the fact that it can carry more than nineteen people over relatively shorter lengths without compromising comfort due to its design features such as having two engines instead one so there are less chances of mechanical failures if only one were working.
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