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    Showing 1 - 2 of 2 Results Found within of

    1958 D50A, 5230 TTAF, 342 SOH Engines, Hartzell MV Props, 10 SOH. King KX165 & KX155 w/GS, GMA 340 audio panel, GTX 320A Xpndr, Garmin 796. Annualed 12/17.... More Info

    Gregg Cadieux

    (518) 424-8235

    Scotia, NY USA

    1957 Beech E50 Twin Bonanza, 11,712 TTAF, 1237.6/102.7 SMOH, 35.2 SPOH, GNS 430W, GMA340, GTX345, G5 AI, New Interior And New Windows. More Info

    Chris Roan

    (712) 301-5145

    North Sioux City, SD USA

    Beechcraft Twin Bonanza Series Aircraft Information

    A small twin engine aircraft, the Beechcraft Model 50 Twin Bonanza has the capacity for one to two pilots and five passengers. The empty weight is 5010 lb (2270 kg) and the maximum takeoff weight is 7300 lb (3311 kg). The maximum speed is 229 mph (199 knots, 366 km/h) and the rate of climb is 1614 ft/min (8.2 m/s).

    Variant models include the Model 50 Twin Bonanza, B50, C50, D50 Twin Bonanza, D50A, D50B, D50C, D50E, E50, F50, G50, H50, J50, Excalibur 800, and L-23 Seminole. The Twin Bonanza was designed to fill the gap between the single engine Beechcraft Model 33 Bonanza and the larger Beechcraft Model 18. The aircraft is about 50% larger than the Bonanza, has more powerful engines, and is significantly heavier.

    The King Air 90 and Queen Air were both developed from the Beechcraft Twin Bonanza. The aircraft all share the same basic wing design, landing gear, flaps, instrument panels, fuel cells, and more. The Twin Bonanza was produced from 1952 to 1961 with 994 aircraft built.

    To view the various models currently available, please check out our Beechcraft aircraft for sale or our other Aircraft For Sale for descriptions and photos or PLACE A LISTING of your aircraft for sale.