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The Beechcraft Bonanza is an American general aviation aircraft introduced in 1947 by Beech Aircraft Corporation of Wichita, Kansas.

Beechcraft G36 Bonanza

Aircraft Types

    Beechcraft model 17 Staggerwing    Beechcraft AT-11 Kansan     Beechcraft CT-134 Musketeer    
Beechcraft Model 18  Beechcraft T-34 Mentor & T-34C Turbine Mentor

    Beechcraft 35 Bonanza, U-8A   Beechcraft Models 55, 56, and 58 Baron
Beechcraft Model 2000 Starship

     Beechcraft C-12 Huron/RC-12 Guardrail/CT-145 Super King Air Super King Air for US and Canadian militaries.

    Beechcraft T-1A Jayhawk Military version of Model 400 used as a trainer for pilots of large aircraft in the US military.

    Beechcraft T-6 Texan II/CT-156 Harvard II redesigned Pilatus PC-9 turboprop two-seat trainer for JPATS competition.

The Beechcraft Bonanza is an American general aviation aircraft introduced in 1947 by Beech Aircraft Corporation of Wichita, Kansas. The six-seater, single-engined aircraft is still being produced by Beechcraft and has been in continuous production longer than any other airplane in history. More than 17,000 Bonanzas of all variants have been built, produced in both distinctive V-tail and conventional tail configurations.

 

Three aircraft eventually comprised the Bonanza family:

Model 35 Bonanza (1947–1982; V-tail)

Model 33 Debonair (1959–1995; later renamed Bonanza, a Model 35 with a conventional tail)

Model 36 Bonanza (1968–present; a stretched Model 33)

In 1982, the production of the V-tail Bonanza stopped but the conventional-tail Model 33 continued in production until 1995.Still built today is the Model 36 Bonanza, a longer-bodied, straight-tail variant of the original design,[19] introduced in 1968

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At the end of World War II, two all-metal light aircraft emerged, the Model 35 Bonanza and the Cessna 195, that represented very different approaches to the premium end of the postwar civil-aviation market. With its high-wing, seven-cylinder radial engine, fixed tailwheel undercarriage, and roll-down side windows, the Cessna 195 was little more than a continuation of prewar technology; the 35 Bonanza, however, was more like the fighters developed during the war, featuring an easier-to-manage, horizontally opposed, six-cylinder engine, a rakishly streamlined shape, retractable tricycle undercarriage (although the nosewheel initially was not steerable, but castering) and low-wing configuration.

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Beechcraft G36 Bonanza

All Bonanzas share an unusual feature: The yoke and rudder pedals are interconnected by a system of bungee cords that assist in keeping the airplane in coordinated flight during turns. The bungee system allows the pilot to make coordinated turns using the yoke alone, or with minimal rudder input, during cruise flight. Increased right-rudder pressure is still required on takeoff to overcome engine torque and P-factor. In the landing phase, the bungee system must be overridden by the pilot when making crosswind landings, which require cross-controlled inputs to keep the nose of the airplane aligned with the runway centerline without drifting left or right.

  • History

    Role Civil utility aircraft

    National origin United States

    Manufacturer Beechcraft

    First flight December 22, 1945

     

     

  • Primary Users

    Status In service

    Produced 1947–present

    Number built >17,000

    Unit cost

    US$815,000 (G36, 2017)

     

  • General Info

    Variants Beechcraft Travel Air

    Bay Super V

    Beechcraft T-34 Mentor

    RTAF-2

     

Beechcraft G36 Bonanza

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