An RAF aircraft will be displayed to the public for the 1st time in this commemorative 90th anniversary year. The Beech King AirB200, the newest training aircraftin the RAF inventor, will be displayed at a number of venues throughout the summer.

The King Air is used as an advanced, multi engine pilot trainer by No 45(R) sqaudron, which is part of No 3 Flying Training School based at RAF Cranwell, in Lincolnshire. The aircraft is an ideal training platfrom for the new generation of multi-engine aircraft entering RAF service.

In addition to being novel and entertaining, the King Air display will give the public the opportunity to see this new aircraft that is playing an important role in training the RAF pilots of today and tomorrow.