John Eckalbar has packed Flying the Beech Bonanza with more than twenty chapters of information you will find from no other source. *How much help are flaps in getting over a 50-foot obstacle? *Does it really pay to cruise climb in a Bonanza? *What airspeed and rpm yield emergency maximum range? *Does it make sense to run lean of peak? *What is the optimum altitude for a trip of 200 or 600 miles? *How should you adjust your turbulent air penetration speed for light weights? *How do the performance, handling, and loading characteristics of the four Bonanzas vary? *How can two tail members do the work of three?
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