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Collins AR350 Audio Panel
King KX155 Nav/Com G/S
King Ky 196 Com
Collins 650 ADF
King KNS 80
King KCS55 HSI
King KLN 89B IFR GPS
Collins TDR 950 Transponder/Encoder
Airframe Total Time: 12442 Hours
Engines / Mods / Prop
Left 490 SMOH (Lycon 2007)
Right 490 SMOH (Lycon 2007)
Left 10 SPOH (June 2019)
Right 10 SPOH (June 2019)
Interior / Exterior
White with Blue/Red trim
Blue Seats with Beige Panels
Shadin Fuel Flow
No Known Major Damage History
May 2019 Annual
All ADs complied
Interior US History
Commercial Traiing Use
All Specifications Subject To Verification Upon Inspection
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Beechcraft Duchess Aircraft Information
The Beechcraft Model 76 Duchess is an American twin-engined monoplane. The Duchess has the capacity for one crew member and three passengers (five with optional seating). The empty weight is 2446 lb (1100 kg) and the maximum takeoff weight is 3900 lb (1780 kg). The cruise speed is 165 knots (190 mph) and maximum speed is 171 knots (197 mph). The rate of climb is 1248 ft/min (380.4 m/min).
The Duchess is powered by one 180hp Lycoming O-360-A1G6D on the left wing and one LO-360-A1G6D on the right wing. These engines drive counter-rotating, constant speed two-bladed propellers. The aircraft is a cantilever, low-wing monoplane with an all-metal structure, four seats, retractable tricycle undercarriage, and a T-tail.
Beechcraft developed the Duchess from the single-engineBeechcraft Musketeer. The first Model 76s were delivered in early 1978. The Duchess was designed as an economical twin-engine trainer to compete with the Piper PA-44 Seminole and the Cessna 310. The aircraft's wing is of honeycomb construction fastened by bonding to reduce cost and produced a smoother aerodynamic surface. The Duchess is no longer in production, but 437 aircraft were built.