Beech Bonanza 36

Buyers flock to the big-cabin 36-series Bonanza for its solid handling, comfort and reliability. Newer ones carry a hefty price premium and none are cheap to maintain.

For as long as we can remember there has always been a certain prestige that tags along with owning a Bonanza. We suppose that’s good and bad. On one hand, the Bonanza 36’s earned reputation as arguably one of the flagship GA complex singles (in good company with Piper’s PA46 Malibu, perhaps) might after all […]
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