Twin Bonanza

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Beechcraft Twin Bonanza
... The Beechcraft Model 50 Twin Bonanza was a small twin-engine aircraft designed by Beechcraft as an executive transport for the business market ... a gap in Beechcraft's product line between the single-engine Model 35 Bonanza and the larger Model 18 ... The Twin Bonanza is about 50% larger than the Bonanza, has more powerful engines, and is significantly heavier, while in its earliest form having only half the passenger capacity of the Model 18 ...
Emivest Aerospace - History
... included the development of prototype aircraft for other manufacturers such as the Twin Comanche prototype developed for Piper Aircraft during 1962 and the development of several ... These modification programmes included the Excalibur 800 conversion of the Beechcraft Twin Bonanza, so-called because the output of its two new Lycoming IO-720 engines was 800 horsepower airframe improvements ... factory-fitted by Beechcraft during manufacture of the ultimate J50 model of the Twin Bonanza ...
Beechcraft L-23 Seminole - Design and Development
... In 1951 the United States Army evaluated a Twin Bonanza at Fort Bragg, North Carolina and subsequently ordered four 'off-the-shelf' Model 50s as YL-23s, these being delivered in early ... These accounted for the majority of Twin Bonanza production during 1952 and 1953, the first L-23A being delivered in February 1953 and the last L-23B being delivered in April the ... United States Air Force ordered a single Model C50 Twin Bonanza under the designation XL-23C for evaluation this was the only L-23 variant not delivered to the US Army as no further ...

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