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2001 Beechcraft Bonanza A36, Registration number N364ER

When you are flying solo around the world on a budget, there’s no better choice than a Bonanza.

Avionics Highlights

  • Skywatch 397 Active TCAS Traffic Displayed on 530W
  • King KFC-225 Autopilot, Slaved HSI, Flight Director and Yaw Damper
  • WX-500 Stormscope
  • Garmin GNS – 530W GPS/Nav/Com and Garmin GNS – 430W GPS/Nav/Com
  • Garmin GDL – 88 ADS-B Traffic System to Garmin 430W – Weather on 530W
  • Traffic System to Garmin 430W – Weather on 530W
  • Garmin GTX – 330 ES Transponder
  • Aera 660 Portable GPS: Donated by GARMIN

Airframe Details

  • Standby Alternator
  • Flap And Aileron Gap Seals
  • D’Shannon 20 Gallon Tip Tanks
  • D’Shannon Engine Baffles
  • Standby Vacuum System
  • Goodyear Flight Custom III Main Tires

Communication Enhancements

  • AeroWave System: Donated by BendixKing by Honeywell
  • DeLorme inReach: Donated by GARMIN
  • Bose A20 Noise Cancelling Headsets: Donated by Bose

Other Details

  • Engine: Continental Motors, IO 550
  • Long range navigations systems: Garmin 530W and Garmin 430W
  • Survival equipment: life raft, water maker, DeLorme
  • Oxygen system: portable oxygen
  • Weather detection system(s): GDL – 88, GSR – 56
  • Digital Pulse Oximetry: fingertip pulse oximeters and low level Carbon Monoxide (CO) detector
  • Fuel system capacity and range as modified: 114 gallon tank in the wing and tip tanks; 100 gallon ferry tank installed inside aircraft
  • KLR 10 Reserve Indicator (Angle of Attack): Donated by BendixKing by Honeywell


Performance Standard Metric
Maximum Cruise Speed 176 kt 326 km/h
Range: Ferry 2,800 nm 5,186 km
Maximum Operating Altitude 18,500 ft 5,639 m
Take-Off Field Length 1,913 ft 583 m
Landing Field Length 1,450 ft 442 m