We hold the worldwide inventory of PT6A-41 & PT6A-42 engines so that you don’t have to call every PT6 vendor to get the same info that we have in one place! Check them out in the list below.

The PT6A-42 & PT6A-41 engines are turboprop aircraft engines built by Pratt & Whitney Canada.


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PT6A-42 For Sale

We currently have many PT6A-42 for sale. These engines are from trusted vendors who use us specifically to sell their engines. Although we do not hold the inventory ourselves, we help you by holding an inventory from vendors all over the world! Some of these vendors come to us in order to get their engines on the internet before they even hit their own websites. The goal of Turbine Options is to create the best possible situation for you and your purchasing needs. If you happen to own a PT6A-41 or PT6A-42 engine that you would like to sell, give us a call us and we will put you in our inventory.

Give Us A Call

If the engine you are looking for is not in the list above, we still encourage you to give us a call. We hear about new engines every day and if our inventory does not currently hold it, we will place you on a watchlist and notify you immediately when we find an engine that fits your requirements. If you are inquiring about an exchange, we can take your core engine and the price of a new, mid-time, or high-time engine down!


The PT6A-41 and PT6A-42 turbine engines are medium-sized turboprop aircraft engines. They are a variation of the PT6 Pratt & Whitney Canada engine. Intended use of the PT6A-41 is for the Beechcraft King Air 200/B200 and the Piper Cheyenne III/IIIA airframes. The intended use of the PT6A-42 is for the Beechcraft C-12 HuronF, Beechcraft King Air 200/B200, Blackhawk XP42 King Air 200, StandardAero King Air 200, Blackhawk XP42A C-208 Caravan Series (-42A), and the Piper Meridian airframes. The PT6A-41 and PT6A-42 engines both have a shaft horsepower of 850 shp.

PT6A-41 & PT6A-42 Differences

The -42 had an improved hot section to last longer with better metallurgy and design. The ITT redline for the -41 is 750 degrees celsius. The ITT redline for the -42s is 800 degrees celsius. The PT6A-42s compressor section is also 12 percent larger and gives the max. operating altitude a cabin diff. of 6.5 psi. The PT6A-41 max. operating altitude has a cabin diff. of 6.1 psi.