Beech V35B Bonanza

The Beech Bonanza D35 was manufactured from 1970 to 1982, serial numbers D9069 through D10403, therefore, total of 873 Model V35B were built.

It is a single-engine, piston aircraft configured as a cantilever low-wing aircraft with a V-tail. Distinguishing features are: retractable landing gear,  variable pitch propeller. Model V35B Bonanza seats up to 5 passengers and 1 pilot.

 

Specifications

 

Exterior Dimensions

Wing span: 33 ft 6 in
Length: 26 ft 5 in
Height: 7 ft 7 in

Interior Dimensions

Cabin length: 10 ft 1 in
Max width: 3 ft 6 in
Max height: 4 ft 2 in

Weights

Max TO weight: 3,400 lb
Empty Weight:  1,915 lbs
Maximum Payload: 1,442
Fuel capacity: 50 U.S. gallons (44 usable) optional 80 gallons (74 usable)

Engine

Manufacturer: Continental Motors
Model: IO-520B -BA and -BB
Horsepower: 285 hp
Overhaul (HT): 1700hr TBO or 12 years

Standard Avionics

Digital Nav/Coms
2-axis autopilot
GS, DME, ADF
ADS-B In/Out

 

Performance

Horsepower: 285.00 Gross Weight: 3,400
Top Speed: 182 Empty Weight:
Cruise Speed: 172 Fuel Capacity: 74
Stall Speed (dirty): 51 Range: 717
 
Rate of Climb: 1,167(w/3bld) Rate of Climb (One Engine):
Service Ceiling: 17,858 Ceiling (One Engine):
 
Takeoff Landing
Ground Roll: 1,002 Ground Roll 763
Takeoff Roll Over 50 ft: 1,769 Landing Roll Over 50 ft: 1,324

 

 

 

 

History

 

The Model V35A with the Continental IO-520B 285 hp featured the new “Speed-Sweep” windshield with increased area. The leading edge of the windshield was mounted six inches farther forward than previous Bonanzas and possessed 12 degrees more slope angle.

Model V35B was a V35A with minor improvements to systems and trim, with a 24-volt electrical system from 1978 and on),

All Model 35 Bonanzas manufactured in 1968 and after were reclassified with the prefix “V” to separate those airplanes from the Model 33 “Debonair,” which was renamed “Bonanza.”

View AOPA's Beechcraft Bonanza and Debonair Safety Highlight pamphlet here.

 

Distinguishing Features and Equipment

  • A bigger, swept windshield was added that allowed more space behind the instrument panel for maintenance.
  • Longer rear windows as in a Beech Baron
  • Stinger tail cone
  • Ventilation scoop between stabilators
  • Extended aft baggage area with options for two ‘family' 5th and 6th seats
  • Large baggage door option
  • 28 volt electrical system beginning in 1978 (sn D10097, D10120 and up)
  • Approach flap pre-select beginning 1979 (sn D-10179 and up)
  • Optional long range fuel and tip tanks
  • Dual yoke option

 

 

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