Beechcraft 33 Debonair \ Bonanza. Characteristics. Modifications. A photo.
Beechcraft 33 Debonair \ Bonanza. Characteristics. Modifications. A photo.

Beechcraft 33 Debonair \ Bonanza. Characteristics. Modifications. Photography


Beechcraft 33 Debonair \ Bonanza is an American single-engine light plane a six, the production of which was launched in 1959 year and continued until 1995 years and currently continues to produce aircraft under a different model name, with a number of improvements in aircraft performance characteristics and design ..


Photo Beechcraft F33C Bonanza


Development of the aircraft Beechcraft 33 Bonanza began in mid-50-ies, while, in the design of aircraft, American aircraft manufacturers have to make design and subsequent production based at the earlier model - Beechcraft 35 Bonanza, let immediately after the Second World War, but next to some special improvements.

It should be noted that initially intended to equip small-engine aircraft Beechcraft 33 Bonanza V-shaped tail, as in the previous, 35-th model, however, given the fact that the operation of such aircraft require some special skills and specific experience, the American aircraft manufacturers have come to believe that the design of the aircraft should be carried out with a conventional tail.


Photo Beechcraft 33 Bonanza


On board the aircraft Beechcraft 33 Bonanza can accommodate up to 6 people (1 5 crew and passengers), while, the cabin is spacious enough and does not cause any discomfort, even with quite long air travel.

As the power plant on the aircraft Beechcraft 33 Bonanza used a piston-cylinder aircraft engine 7-Continental IO-470-J with a radial arrangement of cylinders, in turn, taking into account the power 225 hp, allowing thus better cool the power plant is not allowing it overheat even if the flight duration at high speeds.


Beechcraft F33A Bonanza Photo


Since the development of the aircraft were based Beechcraft 35, the base production model was called Beechcraft 35-33 Debonair, but later became known as Bonanza. During the entire production period, which lasted for at 1959 1995 year, it was released 233 aircraft of this model.

In 1961 year Aircraft Corporation Beech Aircraft Corporation has released a modified version of the Beechcraft 35-A33 Debonair, offer extra rear window and a modified interior cabin. Total 154 aircraft produced this version.

Model Beechcraft 35-B33 Debonair, presented in 1962 year, had a modified nose section, high volume fuel tanks, and a new, more user-friendly control panel. During the release was created 426 aircraft of this version.


CabinBeechcraft 33 Bonanza


Model Beechcraft 35-C33 Debonair is an improved version of the model B33, with a modified rear window, the new fairing on the fuel tanks, and improved seating. It was built 305 airplanes of this modification.

Unlike previous models, the version of the Beechcraft 35-C33A Debonair has a new piston engine Continental IO-520-B power in 285 hp, which in turn allowed the aircraft to accelerate to higher speeds. However, due to a substantial rise in price, limited edition model has been - from the conveyor descended 179 aircraft.

Version Beechcraft D33 Debonair is a modification of the military to be used as a reconnaissance aircraft.


SalonBeechcraft 33 Bonanza


In 1968 year, it was a model Beechcraft E33 Bonanza, practically does not differ from the version C33 Debonair, with the exception of a modified interior. That since this modification, the aircraft was renamed Bonanza.

Model Beechcraft E33A Bonanza is an improved version of the model E33 - the main difference was the appearance of the engine Continental IO-520-B power in 285 hp The issue was rather limited and, since 1968 years was built only 85 aircraft of this model.

Model Beechcraft E33B Bonanza is a model designed to carry fly at high speeds. The aircraft was designed to carry passengers 3, but ultimately it is certified as a sports aircraft.

In 1968, US aircraft designers presented a model Beechcraft E33C Bonanza, virtually indistinguishable from the model E33A, except reinforced fuselage and increased maximum take-off weight. During the entire production cycle from the conveyor descended 25 planes this version.

Version Beechcraft F33 Bonanza was developed based on the model E33, but in the back of the cabin appeared enlarged viewing window, changing the passenger compartment, and the aircraft itself was equipped with new avionics.

Model Beechcraft F33A Bonanza has become the most popular family model Beechcraft 33 Debonair \ Bonanza, in this case, the main feature of the aircraft began a modified wing profile, thus improving the maneuverability of the aircraft, as well as improved flight performance. In the period of 1970 1994 821 year built aircraft.

Modification of Beechcraft F33C Bonanza is a revised version of the model F33A a sports type of aircraft. There were no significant changes in this model has not received.

In 1972, in the mass production model was launched Beechcraft G33 Bonanza, which received a less powerful engine Continental IO-470-N (260 hp) and improved trim. Great popularity of this version is not found, and the release of this modification was discontinued at the end of the year 1973.

Most of the planes of this model continues to operate and now many world airlines for charter flights over short distances, as well as for the implementation of feeder and local air traffic.


Specifications Beechcraft 33 Debonair \ Bonanza.


  • Crew: 1 people;
  • Passenger 5 people (depending on version);
  • aircraft Length: 7,6 m .;
  • Wingspan: 10 m .;
  • Plane Height: 2,54 m .;
  • Weight of empty aircraft: 987 kg .;
  • Payload: 949 kg. (Depending on version);
  • Maximum takeoff weight: 1936 kg. (Depending on version);
  • Cruising speed: 236 km \ h. (Depending on version);
  • Maximum flight speed: 250 km \ h. (Depending on version);
  • Maximum flight distance: 1270 km. (Depending on version);
  • Maximum flight height: 4200 m .;
  • aircraft engine type: a piston;
  • Powerplant: Continental IO-520-B (depending on version);
  • Power: 285 hp (Depending on version).


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