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Asking Price: $2,850,000.00 USD
Ser#: LJ-2020
Reg#: N8020J
CB Aviation is proud to bring to market this beautiful 2011 King Air C90GTx.
2nd FMS, 2nd GPS w/WAAS & LPV, HF-9000, GWX-5000, GWX-3001, Max-Viz EVS Infrared Fwd Camera, NDH, Always Hangared, Extremely well maintained by HBS SNEW.
Here are some highlights to this King Air C90GTx serial LJ-2020:


•240 TT
•140 Cycles

Engines: Pratt & Whitney PT6A-135A (550 shp)

TSN 240 240
TBO 3600 3600

Props: Hartzell (4-Blade Props)

TSN 240 240


Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 integrated avionics system:

  • Collins AFD-2010 Electronic Flight Instrumentation System (EFIS) – EFIS consist of an AFD-3010 Primary Flight Display (PFD) on the pilot’s and copilot’s panel and an AFD-3010E Multi-Function Display (MFD) adjacent to the pilot’s PFD.
  • The PFD includes attitude, flight guidance, airspeed, vertical speed, altitude, HIS, navigation and flight guidance mode information.
  • The MFD Display engine parameters, map and radar information. Avionics maintenance history can be accessed through the MFD. There is capability for displaying normal checklist, abnormal checklist and emergency checklist items on the MFD.
  • The DCP-3000 Display Control Panels (DCP) provide barometric pressure correction, secondary engine display control, V-speed reference setting, navigation source selection, bearing source selection, weather radar control and display range selection.
  • The EFIS display is also capable of displaying the L3 Communications TCAS I and ACSS TAWS+ terrain.
  • Information Engine Indicating System (EIS) – The EIS utilizes two DCU-3000 Data Concentrator Units (DCUs) to digitize aircraft engine data for input to the avionics system. During normal operation, primary engine parameters displayed on the MFD by digital and analog formats are: Internal Turbine Temperature, Propeller Torque, Propeller Speed, and Turbine Speed. Second engine parameters displayed on the MFD in a digital format are: Fuel Flow, Oil Pressure, and Oil Temperature. Note: During reversionary mode operation, engine parameters are available on the PFD.
  • Integrated Flight Information System (IFIS) – The Rockwell Collins ProLine 21 system includes an Integrated Flight Information System (IFIS) with IFIS 6.0 software that provides enhanced map features to traditional displays (e.g., rivers, lakes, national boundaries, airways and airspace depictions). A File Server Unit (FSU) is connected to an Ethernet capable MFD and provides the control interface to these enhanced features using a Cursor Control Panel (CCP). The FSU also has provisions for an optional ip-linked graphical weather.
  • Flight Guidance System (FGS) – Rockwell Collins FGS-3000 Automatic Flight Guidance System. The FGS-3000 Automatic Flight Guidance System (AFGS) provides an integrated fail-passive three-axis autopilot yaw damper, flight guidance operation and automatic pitch trim. The AFGS consist of two identical flight guidance computers, three primary servos and a Flight Guidance Panel (FGP). Two FGC-3000 Flight Guidance Computers (FGCs) provide independent flight guidance computation and operate together to provide 3-axis autopilot, pitch trim and rudder boost functions. Pilot operation is accomplished through a single integrated FGP-3000 control panel. This panel contains control for Flight Guidance modes and operations, autopilot operation and yaw damp operation.
  • Air Data System (ADS) – Dual Rockwell Collins ADC-3010 Air Data Computers. The Digital Air Data Computers supply digital output signals to the displays (airspeed and altitude), IAPs, AHRS, transponders, Flight Guidance System and autopilot.
  • Attitude Heading System (AHS) – Dual Rockwell Collins AHC-3000 Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS). The AHC-3000 AHRS provides precision attitude body rates and three-axis linear acceleration data necessary for precision flight path control. The AHRS system provides the basic attitude and heading data displayed on the Primary Flight Display (PFD).
  • Flight Management System (FMS) – Single Rockwell Collins FMS-3000 Flight management System with Database and FMS 4.0 software providing LPV approach capability. The Rockwell Collins FMS-3000 is a multi-sensor, position blending, navigation/flight management system that derives precise aircraft position. The system is capable of using VOR/DME, DME/DME and GPS signal to determine position. The FMS comes equipped with a worldwide database and a DBU-5000 Database Input Unit which can be used to update the database. The FMS installation includes a CDU-3000 Control Display Unit (CDU).
  • Dual Rockwell Collins VHF-4000 VHF Communication Transceivers that operate in the 118.00 to 136.975 MHz frequency range in 8.33 KHz spacing increments. Tuning through CDU or RTU. The VHF-4000 radios meet ICAO Annex 10 FM Immunity requirements.
  • Single Rockwell Collins NAV-4000 Navigation Receiver Integrates VOR/LOC/Glideslope/ADF/Market Beacon functions. Tuning through CDU or RTU. The ADF has a frequency reception range from 190 to 1799.5, 2088 to 2094 and 2179 to 2185 KHz (selectable in 500 Hz increments).
  • Single Rockwell Collins NAV-4500 Navigation Receiver integrates VOR/LOC/Glideslope/Market Beacon functions. Tuning through CDU or RTU. The NAV-4000 series radios meet ICAO Annex 10 FM Immunity requirements.
  • Single RTU-4200 Comm/Nav Tuning Unit installed in the panel provides primary tuning capability for the Comm and Nav radios. Utilizing the RTU-4200, the number one Comm can be operated while on the ground without turning on the master power switch (to obtain ATIS information and ATC clearances). All of the radio equipment can also be controlled through keyboard operation on the CDU-3000.
  • Dual Rockwell Collins TDR-94D solid-state (Mode S) ‘Diversity’ Transponders with enhanced surveillance (Flight ID).
  • Single Rockwell Collins DME-4000 Distance Measuring Equipment (DME). This unit is able to simultaneously interrogate three DME stations.
  • Single Rockwell Collins ALT-4000 Radio Altimeter. The ALT-4000 is a solid-state radio altimeter that provides altitude information from 0-2,500 feet (762 m) AGL.
  • Single GPS 4000S Global Positioning System (GPS). The GPS-4000 sensor processes the transmissions of up to twelve GPS satellites simultaneously and calculates navigation solutions based on information from all satellites in view. The computed position, velocity and time are input to the Flight Management System that integrates this data into the flight plan based on navigation solution.
  • dB System – Dual (remote-mounted amplifiers) Model 700/Dual Model 800 (panel mounted) Audio Systems. Features dual auto COMM and audio switches, crew interphone, dual cockpit speakers, microphone key button on pilot and copilot wheels, dual hand-held microphones, dual boom microphone headsets, voice and indent filters.
  • Weather Radar System (WXR) – Rockwell Collins TWR-850 Weather Radar. The Rockwell Collins TWR-850 Weather Radar is a four color, 6 range weather radar designed to interface with the EFIS, Primary Flight Display (PFD) and Multi-Function Display (MFD). The radar features +/- 15 degrees of antenna tilt (12 in. diameter antenna), 14 scans of 120 degrees per minutes. Color weather depictions clearly identify the intensity and level of targets in any mode of operation. The Collins TWR-850 Turbulence Weather Radar incorporates the Doppler principle of frequency shift to detect and display precipitation-related turbulence (up to 50nm range). It also features an auto-tilt function target alert mode.
  • Maintenance Diagnostic Computer (MDC) – MDC-3110 Maintenance Diagnostic Computer. The central Line Replaceable Units (LRUs) of the Maintenance System are the Maintenance Diagnostics Computer (MDC), the Flight Guidance Computer (FGC) and the MFD. Maintenance data is displayed and controller on the MFD through the Line Select keys. Maintenance information may be downloaded to a memory stick in the Data Base Unit (DBU) to allow further examination away from the aircraft. The Maintenance System capabilities include failure detection, retrieval of current and past failures, displays of current LRU diagnostics and display and control of specified aircraft information. Most LRU’s perform self monitoring (failure detection) and report failures to the MDC. The MDC compiles a maintenance record for each reporting LRU and stores this in nonvolatile memory. The pilot or flight-line technician can display LRU status information, current or past failures and real-time aircraft parameters. Aircraft identification, time and date can be entered and stored in the MDC.
  • Traffic Collision Avoidance System (Level 1) – L3 Communications Skywatch TCAS I. The TCAS interrogates transponders of surrounding aircraft and displays the relative position of the aircraft target on either PFD. The system provides aural and visual traffic advisories to alert the pilot, allowing sufficient time to make visual contact with the threat aircraft and take appropriate action.
  • Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) – ACSS TAWS+. The TAWS+ system provides a Terrain Awareness and Warning System Class A (TAWS) displayed on the MFD in normal mode or PFD in reversionary mode.
  • Secondary Flight Display System (SFDS) – Meggitt Mark 2. Provides back-up display of attitude, heading, airspeed, altitude and nav with back-up battery.
  • Cabing Paging System with five speakers.
  • Solid-State Cockpit Voice Recorder (SSCVR) L3 Communications FA-2100-1020 with remote area microphone (120 minutes recording time).
  • Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) – Artex C406-2 ELT with switch control in cockpit.
  • Magnetic compass.


• Collins XM GWX-3001 Satellite Graphical Weather (continental US Coverage only) (worth $20,000)
• 2nd FMS and 2nd GPS with WAAS and LPV (worth $99,100)
• Collins HF-9000 High Frequency Radio System with SECAL (worth $76,800)
• Collins Universal GWX-5000 Graphical Worldwide Weather (worth $59,800)
• Max-Viz EVS Infrared Forward Enhanced Vision System Camera (worth $128,900)


The King Air C90GTx offers a large and spacious 227 cubic foot (6.43 cu.m) cabin providing comfortable passenger seating. The cabin dimension from the floor to the ceiling is 4 ft 9 in. (1.45m). Cabin width is 4 ft 6 in. (1.37m). The length of the cabin is 12 ft 7 in. (3.84m). At the rear of the passenger compartment is a lavatory with pull across curtain for privacy.

The cabin gives King Air C90GTx passengers a feeling of spaciousness and offers conversation area similar to an office setting.

The passenger seats are large and luxurious. Each seat is equipped with fore and aft travel, swivel and reclining capability. An armrest that can be raised or lowered is built into the inboard side of the seat. The seat controls are located in the armrest. New tailoring provices additional lumbar support and integrated headrest.

Cabinetery in the standard aircraft consist of a cabinet on the forward left side of the cabin with two general stowage drawers and ice chest drawer and a forward right side cabinet with water tank, one gallon heated liquid container, cup dispenser, condiment drawer and overboard drain.

Executive writing tables are provided in the club seating area on both the left and right side of the cabin and stow in the sidewall panels.

In the lavatory area, a belted passenger seat is provided. The seat is certified for take-off and landing. The private lavatory area features a flushing recirculating chemical toilet and relief tube. Seat cushion and seat back are tailored to suit aircraft interior.

“Quiet Cabin” Noise Control – The King Air C90GTx features 26 tuned dynamic vibration absorbers mounted throughout the cabin and flight deck. Each one is electronically tuned to absorb propeller vibrations. Scotchdamp skin stiffener and bagged fiberglass insulation add up the most effective acoustic treatment in any business aircraft.

Baggage Compartment – Located at the rear of the cabin close to the main entry door is the baggage compartment. All baggage is heated and pressurized and fully accessible in flight. The size of the baggage compartment is 48.3 cubic feet (1.37 cu. m.) with 350 lb (159 kg) capacity.

Interior Colors:
Headliner: Sailcloth Ultratech Vinyl
Sidewall Inset Panel: Sand Leather
Sidewall Rail: Wheat Straight Forward fabric
Sidewall Armrest: Sand leather
Cabin Sidewall: Sand leather
Cockpit Sidewall: Sand leather
Floor Covering: Fawn Groovy carpet
Laminate: Figured Satinwood
Chairs: Sand Leather
Seat Belts/Harness: Fawn
Instrument Panel: Nextel-Suede: Dark Anthracite


The aircraft is painted in overall matterhorn white with black, toreador red, platinum metallic and Nevada tan. (Dark Bottom Paint [Nevada Tan] worth $13,000, Dark tail Paint w/Standard Color worth $7,800, Painted Logos & 3rd Stripe Color worth $9,800).

Weights and Capacities

Maximum Ramp Weight 10,545 lb (4,783 kg)
Maximum Take-off Weight 10,485 lb (4,756 kg)
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight 9,378 lb (4,254 kg)
Maximum Landing Weight 9,700 lb (4,400 kg)
Basic Operating Weight* 7,235 lb (3,282 kg)
Fuel Capacity (Useable) 2,573 lb (1,167 kg)


All performance data is based on a standard aircraft and International Standard Atmospheric (ISA) conditions. Take-off and landing lengths are based on level, hard surface, dry runways with zero wind.

Range (+/- 3%), High Speed Cruise: 1,060 nm (1,963 km) (1 pilot + 4 passengers. Range allows for taxi, take-off, climb, cruise, descent and NBAA IFR reserve profile with 100 nm alternate)

Stall Speed (Landing configuration): 77 kt (143 km/hr) IAS (@ 9,700 lb/4,400 kg)

Maximum Operating Altitude: 30,000 ft (9,144 m)

Take-off Distance over a 50 ft obstacle: 2,570 ft (783 m) (CAR [Normal Category] Sea Level, ISA, Flaps Approach, 10,485 lb./4,756 kg)

Landing Distance over a 50 ft obstacle: 2,400 ft (732 m) (ISA, 20,000 ft (6,096 m) altitude, 8,500 lb (3,856 kg), Max. Cruise Power, 1,900 rpm)

Noise: The Take-off noise level established in compliance with ICAO Annex 16, Volume 1, is 76.0 dB(A).

Limit Speeds:

VMO: 226 KIAS (419 km/hr)
MMO 0.46 M

Flap Extension Speeds:

VFE (Approach) 184 KIAS (341 km/hr)
VFE (Full Down) 148 KIAS (274 km/hr)

Landing Gear Operating and Extension Speeds:

VLO (extension) 182 KIAS (337 km/hr)
VLO (retraction) 163 KIAS (302 km/hr)
VLO (emergency operating) 182 KIAS (337 km/hr)

CG Range:

Forward Limit 22.27% MAC at 10,485 lb (4,756 kg)
Forward Limit 21.21% MAC at 10,100 lb (4,581 kg)
Forward Limit 19.50% MAC at 9,700 lb (4,400 kg)
Forward Limit 11.59% MAC at 7,850 lb (3,561 kg) or less
Aft Limit 31.75% MAC (at all weights)


Maintained since new by HBS.
Engines enrolled on ESP & Support Plus
HBS Standard Airframe Warranty valid until 1/9/2014
HBC Structural Warranty valid until 1/9/2014
HBC Paint & Interior Warranty valid until 1/9/2014
Support Plus (Parts & Labor, Props) valid until 1/9/2017


One Owner since new
Aircraft operated since new by HBS as a demo Aircraft.


Cory Bengtzen
Office: +1.801.621.0326
Mobile: +1.801.860.9762
Email: coryb@cbaviation.com

Ed McKenney
Office: +1.888.453.8332
Mobile: +1.860.729.8986
Email: ed@cbaviation.com
Specification/Descriptions are provided as introductory information and do not constitute representations or warranties of CB Aviation or CB Aviation client(s). Accordingly, you should rely on your own inspection of the aircraft. Any proposed transaction is subject to final execution of a contract acceptable in form and substance to CB Aviation, its clients, and their counsel.

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