Beech Duke

A pressurized piston twin with head-turning good looks that demands focused training and aggressive maintenance.

In the world of Beechcraft step-ups, pilots might start in a Bonanza, move to the Baron and for those not ready for a King Air, consider the Duke.  Far from inexpensive ownership, the right Dukes (ones with good upkeep and upgrades) can be good airplanes that serve serious, all-weather traveling. Up a few more notches […]
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