Beech Bonanza Remains Class Act Nearing 70th Production Year

Credit: American Bonanza Society
He died knowing he was on to something good, but he couldn’t have known just how good. And how enduring. World War II had fueled Beechcraft’s prosperity, with the decade-old Wichita plane-maker turning out AT-7s and C-45s—military versions of its Model 18 “Twin Beech”—for the training of navigators...
William Garvey

Bill was Editor-in-Chief of Business & Commercial Aviation from 2000 to 2020. During his stewardship, the monthly magazine received scores of awards for editorial excellence.

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