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More than 2.5 million flight hours supporting the world’s best air forces.  Capable. Affordable. Proven.

The Beechcraft® T-6C Texan II military training aircraft is a next generation military trainer designed for all instruction levels.

Purpose-built for a wide range of capabilities, the model T-6C prepares pilots for real-world missions. Each training capability – from initial pilot screens to advanced operational training – is designed for military aircraft mission experience, giving pilots the expertise and confidence to achieve success.


Length33 ft 4 in (10.16 m)
Height10 ft 8 in (3.25 m)
Wingspan33 ft 5 in (10.2 m)
Wing Area175.3 ft² (16.28 m²)
Engine1,100 shp (820 kW)
Maximum Takeoff Weight (MGTOW)6,900 lb (3,130 kg)
Maximum Landing Weight6,900 lb (3,130 kg)
Basic Weight5,150 lb (2,336 kg)
Total Internal Fueld1,200 lb (544 kg)
Total Fuel w/2 External Tanks2,054 lb (932 kg)
Total Max. Usable Fuel w/4 Tanks2,908 lb (1,319 kg)
Total Hardpoints6
NATO Standard Weapons Stations6
The future of cockpit design

The T-6C Texan II empowers pilots to see the whole picture. The state-of-the-art, all-digital, open-architecture glass cockpit offers the crystal clear visibility necessary for completing complex missions. The best training requires advanced total situational awareness. The T-6C flight deck features the technology needed to keep pilots safe and enhance their ability to train.

Today’s T-6C Texan II flight deck features include:

  • Three interchangeable color active-matrix, liquid-crystal multi-function displays driven by two avionics computers
  • Primary flight display, navigation, engine-indicating and crew-alerting systems, programmable mission functions, such as tactical situation displays, MIL-STD 1787 head-up display with F-16 or F/A-18 selectable display capabilities
  • Total integration of critical instruments, navigation and advanced weapons training skills
  • A back-up, all-in-one flight instrument, which combines all essential flight cues in one easy-to-read display
Environmental control system

Staying comfortable is vital to flight training.

Advanced environmental control system:

  • Keeps the cabin pressurized
  • Maintains a comfortable cockpit temperature on the ground and in flight
  • Provides anti-G capability for safe high performance of the aircraft

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