Raisbeck Crown Wing Locker System



The Raisbeck Crown Wing Locker System for King Air optimizes your aircraft’s cargo capabilities by adding baggage space behind each engine. The aerodynamic design ensures zero performance loss.

Upgrades Available For

  • King Air 200
  • King Air 300
  • King Air 350/350ER
  • King Air 90

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  • Boost cargo capability by up to 600 lbs. (300 lbs. per locker) in 17 cubic feet of luggage space
  • Carry oversized luggage, snowboards, skis, fishing equipment, and full-size golf bags
  • Free up seats for additional passengers
  • Save on interior wear and tear
  • Fully certified for FAR Part 135 operations
  • Lock and key security


  • Medeco locks
  • Lightweight composite construction allows for infinite-life structural certification
  • Aerodynamically area-ruled to minimize drag
  • Fully self-contained for a clean and dry locker interior
  • Removable in minutes for aircraft maintenance or inspections


Contact us today to learn how Raisbeck Crown Wing Lockers can boost your aircraft’s potential.


King Air B200 pilot Alan Bass shares how the Blackhawk XP52 upgrade turned his plane into a real “beast.”

Mike Murdock, King Air 200

We narrowed the choice for a King Air between a B200 and our straight 200. I liked everything about the 200 better and decided to surrender the slower cruise speeds. When Blackhawk released the new 200XP engine upgrade, it was exactly what we needed to close the speed gap between the two models. The wide range of upgrades available for the King Air 200 raises their market value beyond many B200s. I feel we now have the most polished King Air 200 in the sky, far more desirable than a stock B200.

Deason Dunagan, King Air 200

We continue to enjoy the enhanced performance of the PT6A-42s on our King Air 200 N5PX. It continues to surpass our expectations. Thanks to you and all of the Blackhawk staff for a job well done.

Steve Brackett, King Air 200

It is a great comfort in having factory new -42 engines and all they offer. No matter who does the math, it makes a great deal of sense up front, not to mention performance enhancements, and last but not least the reduced cost on the next overhaul. Many thanks for a job well done.

Andrew Birrell, King Air B200

On the flight back [from Germany], we had an initial climb rate in excess of 2,500 feet per minute. We departed from EDMS, field elevation of 1,051 feet, and climbed to FL280 in around 16 minutes, 30 seconds. It was an ISA day on the ground, and ISA – 2°C at FL280. We had a TAS of 293 knots, on a fuel burn of around 315 pph per side. Even [with] a headwind of over 60 knots at some stages, we still managed to complete the 600 nm flight in just under 2 hours 30 minutes, including the usual ATC vectoring around London. All in all, I am very impressed with the [upgrade]!

Jack Silva, King Air B200

Airplane is running great. At FL250 one day I actually saw 311 on the true airspeed indicator, and it was still climbing slowly. I had to power back as I was right on the barber pole.

Ronald Hauck, King Air B200

The upgrade is incredible! We saved over an hour round trip from South Dakota to D.C. We zipped right up to FL330 with ice vanes deployed for most of the climb. These new engines will really carry the mail. There is no way we could have done that with the 42s. These new engines are amazing.

Malcolm Humphries, Capital Trading Ltd, King Air B200

We are very proud to be the first commercial operator in Europe with this fabulous new airplane. The King Air has always been a great aircraft; the Blackhawk is now the perfect European executive transport.

Brad Huddle, King Air 200

I have accumulated thousands of hours in various King Air models and this airplane with the 61s performs just like a King Air 300.