The Beechcraft Model 18 Twin Beech, or Beech 18, was a twin-engined low-wing aircraft built by Beech Aircraft from 1937 to 1970. It could transport between six and eleven people plus two crew, depending on the version.
Over two hundred additional version approvals were issued by the FAA for the Beech 18, more than for any other aircraft.
One unit will be on show in the AIRPOWER19 static display.
Facts & Figures
Manufacturer Beech Aircraft
Length 10.41m
Height 2.95m
Wingspan 14.53m
Max. Take-off weight 3,959kg
Maximum speed 360km/h
Service ceiling 7,930m
Engine 2x Pratt & Whitney R-985 AN1 WASP radial engine
Power 2x457hp
Crew 1
Static display
Symbol photo
AIRPOWER19

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