CenTex Aerospace announces an addition to their line of STC-approved increased gross weight conversions called the Halo 350.  With final approval expected in 2021, this new conversion for the Beechcraft King Air 350 increases the maximum takeoff weight from 15,000 to 15,950 pounds.  King Air 350 operators will be able to load an additional 950 pounds of payload, which can be more passengers, baggage, cargo, fuel, or any combination thereof.  An extra 950 pounds of fuel provides an additional 560 miles of range or operators can chose to utilize higher cruise power for faster true airspeed.  An extra 950 pounds of payload equates to four more passengers with bags.  Two new safety systems come with the conversion.  A takeoff trim warning system provides an aural warning to the pilot when the elevator trim is not set within the takeoff range.  An ice mode for the stall warning system increases the accuracy of the stall warning when flying in icing conditions.  The Halo 350 conversion transforms your Super King Air 350 by allowing it to fly farther, faster, and safer.