Jun 27, 2014 · Load the 182 up to max gross weight and load the F33A to the same 2950 weight and the F33A has slightly better performance. I take my F33A in and out of a 1350ft grass field all the time with room to spare. So, in the real world, there isn't much of a difference. Now, I burn 14.8gph at 135kts in the 182 and 13.0gph at 170kts in the F33A.
Jan 28, 2016 · Landing distance (50) 1,298. The Model 33 Debonair flew for the first time in September 1959. It was basically similar to the Model 35 Bonanza, but had a conventional tail assembly in place of the V-type tail. The Debonair was produced in four-seat versions with a Beech 33/35/36 Bonanza Series - aviation.govt.nzP/N 33-590010-7 Beech Bonanza F33, G33, F33A & F33C Aircraft IPC P/N36-590001-1 (36 Series Illustrated Parts Catalog s/n E -1, EA 1 and after) (7) Agreement from manufacturer to supply updates of data in (5), and (6):Letter from Raytheon Aircraft Company Director, Airworthiness and Certification
Oct 29, 2019 · [IMGCAP(1)]The 36 series Bonanzas have a deserved reputation as one of the best single-engine airplanes ever built. Offering superb workmanship, fine handling and performance, and such high-class features as club seating and a separate set of doors for the passengers, the 36 series is highly sought after by pilots, many of whom regard them as close to the ultimate single-engine IFR Beech Bonanza vs Piper Saratoga - General Aviation Jan 11, 2007 · The Saratoga HP is slower ( 166kts high-speed cruise vs the Bonanzas 176kts) and has less range than the Bonanza ( 859nm vs. 919nm). Even the Turbo Saratoga doesnt outrun the Bonanza until you get above 10,000, and even then its only by 4 kts (at 10,000), and it has only 30nm more range than the Bonanza.
Mar 24, 2016 · First I appreciated Bob's post below, and his descriptions of the F33A are similar to my experiences, I am in love with the F33A too. His reference to the sporty characteristics of the F33A (versus the A36) which to me is a positive, but also a potential drawback in IFR as it's a little less stable IFR platform that requires attention and experience. Beechcraft F33A Bonanza Performance and SpecificationsBeechcraft F33A Bonanza Performance and Specifications . Performance Max Speed Vne - 197 Knots Max Structural Cruise Vno - 167 Knots Flaps Ext Speed 15° Vfe - 154 Knots Landing Gear Extension - 154 Knots Stall Speed Vs - 63 Knots Stall Speed Vso - 51 Knots Maneuvering Speed Va - 134 Knots
Ovad's Bonanza is a "straight-tailed" F33A. Don't call it a Debonair-that won't endear you to any F33 owner. Yes, the F33 grew from the classic 225-horsepower Debonair, but to call Ovad's F33A a Debonair is like calling the Piper Cheyenne a Navajo, or a Cessna 206 a big 172. When Beech's Debonair made its first flight in September 1959, the Bonanza F33A Specifications, Cabin Dimensions, PerformanceThe model F33A Bonanza was produced between 1970 and 1994. It was a F33 with a 285hp Continental IO-520-B engine. Later aircraft of this model have a longer S35/V35 cabin and extra seats. 821 of
Thank you for your interest in this application for use as a companion to the applicable Pilot's Operating Handbook ( POH ) for a supported aircraft (the App ). The App, provided to you by POH Performance, LLC ( Company ) may also enable you to use certain features of the Company's online service (the Bonanza, Piper Lance, C210, Or??? - Backcountry PilotOct 22, 2010 · Just for the record i like 210's and really like Bonanza 36's. I just think its hard to beat the bang for the buck in the used cirrus market right now. Blu offline Posts:347 Joined:Mon Apr 19, 2010 7:38 pm Location:palisade. top Fri Oct 22, 2010 7:35 pm. Re:Bonanza, Piper Lance, C210, Or???
Feb 23, 2016 · Check, if the budget would allow I would definitely choose a BE-36 or Barron. Aztec, thanks for the questions. 1. Yes, both wives prefer newer everything. My generation uses things and then throws them away. If newer is available we always choose it even if Comparison of 3 Carenado Bonanzas:F33A / V35B / A36 - Jun 06, 2014 · (I'm slightly leaning away from the F33A which I think doesn't not have a GPS -- I could be wrong though.) One thing to keep in mind is that I have a so-so simming machine at the moment, so if for some reason one of these is a resource-hog (which I kinda doubt), I'd probably rather be safe than sorry.
Pros & Cons of a used Beech Bonanza F33A 36 DVD . GBP 21.66. The Beechcraft Bonanza is theinspirational single aircraft, a true Cadillac of the sky. For over sixty years the aircraft has inspired both pilots and non-pilots. This DVD tells the story of the Bonanza, from its introduction just after the second world war,to the present day. The Beechcraft A36 Bonanza Disciples of FlightThe first Model 36, delivered in 1968, used a modified Model 33 Bonanza fuselage, which was 10 inches longer, with the length split fairly evenly for and aft of the wing. This extra length allowed them to add a third row of seats, making it a six-seat aircraft, and the largest single Beechcraft made. The Model 36 also featured four cabin
The first Model 36, delivered in 1968, used a modified Model 33 Bonanza fuselage, which was 10 inches longer, with the length split fairly evenly for and aft of the wing. This extra length allowed them to add a third row of seats, making it a six-seat aircraft, and the largest single Beechcraft made. The Model 36 also featured four cabin Bonanza Guide-All Models - AirbumBonanza F33, F33A, F33C - 1970 The 225 hp F33 for for 1970 introduced a few nicities like a quick opening cowl, but the 285 horse F33A was produced in two versions with no model designations to differentiat them. The 1970 version was your basic straight-tail Bonanza with a big motor, but the 1971 version got the long cabin of the contemporary