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Beechcraft Bonanza

United States (1947)

Detailing the development and operational history of the Beechcraft Bonanza Civilian Multi-Purpose Utility Aircraft.

 Entry last updated on 11/8/2017; Authored by Staff Writer; Content ©www.MilitaryFactory.com



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The Beechcraft Bonanza is a popular civilian aircraft introduced in 1947 and has since seen production totals surpass 17,000 examples.

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United States
Year: 1947
Type: Civilian Multi-Purpose Utility Aircraft
Manufacturer(s): Beechcraft - USA
Production: 17,000
Supported Mission Types
Air-to-Air
Interception
Unmanned
Ground Attack
Close-Air Support
Training
Anti-Submarine
Anti-Ship
Airborne Early Warning
MEDEVAC
Electronic Warfare
Maritime/Navy
Aerial Tanker
Utility/Transport
Passenger Industry
VIP Travel
Business Travel
Search/Rescue
Recon/Scouting
Special Forces
X-Plane/Development
Structural
Crew: 1
Length: 27.49 ft (8.38 m)
Width: 33.50 ft (10.21 m)
Height: 8.60 ft (2.62 m)
Empty Weight: 2,531 lb (1,148 kg)
MTOW: 3,651 lb (1,656 kg)


Installed Power
1 x Continental IO-550-B developing 300 horsepower.

Standard Day Performance
Maximum Speed: 203 mph (326 kph; 176 kts)
Maximum Range: 1,060 mi (1,706 km; 921 nm)
Service Ceiling: 18,501 ft (5,639 m; 3.50 mi)
Rate-of-Climb: 1,230 ft/min (375 m/min)


Armament
None.

Operators List
Argentina; Bolivia; Brazil; Haiti; Iran; Israel; Indonesia; Ivory Coast; Mexico; Netherlands; Nicaragua; Paraguay; Spain; Thailand; United States

Series Model Variants
• 35-33 Debonair
• 35-A33 Debonair
• 35-B33 Debonair
• 35-C33 Debonair
• 35-C33A Debonair
• D33 Debonair
• E33 Bonanza
• E33A Bonanza
• E33B Bonanza
• E33C Bonanza
• F33 Bonanza
• F33A Bonanza
• F33C Bonanza
• G33 Bonanza
• Model 35
• A35
• B35
• C35
• D35
• E35
• F35
• G35
• H35
• J35
• K35
• M35
• N35
• 035
• P35
• S35
• V35
• V35A
• V35B
• Model 36
• A36
• A36TC
• T36TC
• B36TC
• G36
• YGU-22A
• YAU-22A
• QU-22B
• Bonanza (Propjet)
• Bonanza (Turbine Air)
• Bonanza Whirlwind System II
• Bonanza Whirlwind TCP
• Parastu - Iraning unlicensed reverse-engineered Bonanza.