Real-World Step-Up: Single To Twin

They burn more fuel, cost more money to maintain and might create insurance challenges. Plan on stepping up the training

When my wife and I bought our first plane, a beautiful polished V-tail Bonanza, we thought it would be the only plane we’d ever own. That was 20 years ago, and as our family grew, the demands on the plane began to outstrip its capabilities. The obvious step-up to something bigger was the A36 Bonanza—the […]
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