The King Air C90 is one of many civil variants of the original 90 which was first delivered in 1964. The C90 made engine improvements as well as refining the cabin. It is recognizable by its low/straight wing with 2 wing mounted, 4 bladed turboprop engines. It also has a swept tailfin and low mounted horizontal stabilizer. Each side of the fuselage has 4 cabin windows. The C90 is pressurized and can carry up to 6 passengers and is piloted by a crew of 1 or 2. The King Air C90 cruises at speeds up to 247 knots and has a range of 1,280 nautical miles.