The King Air 350 began production in 1989 as the successor to the 300. Improvements included a stretched fuselage and winglets. The 350 is recognizable by its low/straight wing with winglets and its 2 wing mounted, 4 bladed turboprop engines. It also incorporates a swept T-tail with swept horizontal stabilizer. Each side of the fuselage has 7 cabin windows. The King Air 350 is pressurized and can carry up to 10 passengers with a 1 or 2 man flight crew. The King Air 350 cruises at speeds up to 315 knots and has a range of 2,031 nautical miles.