The prototype Beech 65 Queen Air first flew on 28 August, 1958. The improved Model A65 introduced the swept vertical tail surface, and had greater fuel capacity. A variant, known as the Queen Airliner, allowed for high-density seating, with a crew of 1-2 and 9-10 passengers.In 1961 the Model 80 was introduced, with increased span and ability to lift greater weights. The final version was the B80 with a number of design and equipment improvements.
COMFORT & SIZE
Beech Queen Air B80 aircraft are designed for passenger comfort. It offer a variety of executive seating configurations to accommodate individual requirements.
— 11 Seat Configuration
— Lowe operating costs
— Hot drinks, snacks and alcoholic drinks.
— Economical over short distance