Beechcraft Baron 58P N72SC
Beechcraft’s basic-model Baron 58 is the last piston twin still built and one of only four piston models still made by Beech. The Baron also uses the Bonanza’s dual cargo/entry doors on the aft right side. The Baron 58 has greater carrying ability, speed, and gross weight, but climb rate remains the same. Later versions of the 58 included more horsepower, turbocharging (Model 58TC), and pressurization (Model 58P). In 1984, both engine and panel were changed; the new compact panel resembles the King Air panel, with twin vertical engine instruments. All Barons were originally equipped with 520-cubic-inch Continental engines, but the normally aspirated Baron switched to the Continental IO-550-C in 1984. Only 55 were made in the 1984-85 Baron 58P models before Beechcraft stopped manufacturing the 58P model.
1993 Citation CJ C525-0014 N620TC
The Citation Jet is the perfect choice for anyone looking for an entry-level private business jet. It is designed to be extremely economical, both in purchase price and operating costs: the CJ’s systems are simple, making it easy to fly and operate by a single pilot.
The increased speed, due to the reduced drag on the wings, is augmented by the speed provided by two Williams/Rolls-Royce FJ44-1A engines. Williams/Rolls Royce used to produce engines for cruise missiles, and was able to produce engines that generated 1,900 pounds of thrust each, while being aerodynamic and light enough for the CJ. The FJ44 engines were simplified to have a third of the moving parts that most engines of that time did, as well as burning about 30% less fuel than comparable jet engines.
CIRRUS SR22T N752PS
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