We’ve been in business for nearly 40 years now, and in that time, we’ve had the pleasure of working with a large variety of aircraft. It’s safe to say that all of that time has taught a great appreciation for one of our favorite aircrafts – the King Air. We operate a twin-turboprop that has the capability to serve all of CSI’s needs from business charter to medical flight services. In fact, we love the King Air so much that we are proud to own two of them, a King Air 200 and a King Air 300. Trust us when we say that flying on one of our King Airs is a high-quality experience.
If you’re expecting to walk onto one of our King Airs and find dozens of rows of tightly cramped seats, you will be pleasantly surprised. What you’ll find instead is a bright, cozy interior with seating for up to 11 people. And when we say “seating,” we mean large, comfortable leather chairs fit for a king –not the constrictive seats found on commercial aircrafts. If you’re looking for luxury, comfort, and safety – the King Air is the way to go.
Getting the Job Done
Here at CSI, we pride ourselves on our ability to accomplish almost any aviation task that is asked of us. Lucky for us, owning both the King Air 200 and the King Air 300 means that we can accomplish most missions with our own airplanes. The 200 model is smaller and offers our pilots more maneuverability and our clients more flexibility in destination, while the 300 model can endure more weight and longer flights, giving CSI a reach that covers the entire United States. Whether the mission at hand is passenger transport, corporate and government missions or medical flight services, we trust our King Airs to get the job done.
Putting the ‘Flight’ in Medical Flight Services
One of CSI’s recent expansions includes the ability to perform medical flight services with our own aircraft. Luckily, our King Airs are ready and equipped to transport patients to their next-level-of-care facility safely, and with ease. Our King Air 300 is fully equipped with Spectrum Aeromed equipment and can fit two pilots, one flight nurse, one paramedic, the patient and up to two family members. Meanwhile, our King Air 200 operates weekly missions transporting local doctors and medical equipment.
Handling the Heat
CSI Aviation is headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Our state has an interesting environment – unexpected weather conditions, mountainous terrain, remote airfields and short runways at many rural airports can be challenging for some aircraft. The King Air, however, is more than equipped to handle these hurdles and can perform well in hot and humid weather, as well as high elevations. We trust the King Air to get any job done in almost any condition.
Ultimately, we take great pride in our King Airs. We believe that our customers deserve to be treated like royalty, and we are confident that the King Air is the best aircraft to make that happen. To read more about our King Air, check out our feature in King Air magazine here.