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Thursday, March 1, 2007

Mar-Apr 2007 On The Radar


on the radarTo mark the 75th anniversary of Beechcraft and the 60th anniversary of the Beechcraft Bonanza, Raytheon Aircraft Company is rolling back prices on 2007 Beechcraft Barons and Bonanzas." />
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To mark the 75th anniversary of Beechcraft and the 60th anniversary of the Beechcraft Bonanza, Raytheon Aircraft Company is rolling back prices on 2007 Beechcraft Barons and Bonanzas.

The savings Raytheon has realized from strategic sourcing plans and gains in production efficiency are being passed on to customers. For the Bonanza, 2007-model pricing is being reduced 14%. The suggested selling price (SSP) for a typically equipped 2006 Bonanza G36 was previously $667,000; the 2007 SSP will be $574,000. A typically equipped 2006 Beechcraft Baron G58’s SSP was $1,186,000; with a 12% price reduction, it will now cost $1,046,000. Additionally, prices for common options, such as SkyWatch and Stormscope, are being reduced by as much as 20%.

And along with the price reductions comes increased cabin space and comfort. All 2007-model aircraft will feature new interiors and sidewalls. The entire aircraft sidewall has been redesigned for more space and convenience. Maximum width has been accomplished with the addition of up to three inches of elbowroom for absolute comfort.

beechcraft baron g58 All 2007 Beechcraft Bonanza G36 and Baron G58 aircraft come standard fully IFR equipped with Garmin G1000 avionics and GFC700 integrated flight-control systems. To save on your next Beechcraft, log on to www.raytheonaircraft.com.

And along with the price reductions comes increased cabin space and comfort. All 2007-model aircraft will feature new interiors and sidewalls. The entire aircraft sidewall has been redesigned for more space and convenience. Maximum width has been accomplished with the addition of up to three inches of elbowroom for absolute comfort.




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