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The King Air series offers flexible, reconfigurable interiors, making them equally adept at accommodating passengers, cargo, air ambulance or other missions. It’s no surprise organizations choose Beechcraft to transport their important personnel and cargo – no matter where they fly.
Setting the standard in twin-engine aircraft design, Beechcraft’s high-performance Baron has long been associated with precision craftsmanship that appeals to both pilots and passengers alike.
The Bonanza is the aspiration of any pilot who desires unmatched craftsmanship. This piston–engine powerhouse can carry four passengers 750 miles and has a maximum cruise speed of more than 200 miles per hour.
The Baron® G58 is the perfect balance of horsepower combined with peace-of-mind, twin-engine redundancy and security. With seating for six, large cargo doors and two baggage compartments, the Baron G58 offers great flexibility for both business and pleasure.
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The Baron G58 is complete with comforts you’d expect from an inviting retreat. The 137-cubic-foot cabin features four seats in a club configuration, complete with lumbar support and headrests. The cabin is configurable to fit your needs for legroom, large baggage or cargo.
The Baron G58 comes standard with a fully integrated Garmin® G1000® electronic flight display system. This state-of-the-art technology reduces pilot workload and greatly improves situational awareness to ensure you always fly with confidence.
The Primary Flight Display (PFD) replaces many traditional cockpit instruments ensuring that all flight-critical information is displayed at the pilot’s fingertips. The Class-B Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) will alert pilots of potentially hazardous obstacles and conflicts in terrain.
A digital Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS) and an Air Data Computer (ADC) provide attitude and air data information to the system. AHRS replaces pneumatic gyros by using comparative inputs from GPS, a magnetometer and the air data computer to achieve increased levels of reliability and precision.
Wingspan - 37 ft 10 in (11.53 m)
Length - 29 ft 10 in (9.09 m)
Height - 9 ft 9 in (2.97 m)