This is the story of owning and operating a 1993 Beech Bonanza A36 in the UK and some of its adventures and flights. I have owned this plane for nearly six years now.
I have just been to Blakpool airport and the Bonanza is back together in one piece and has been polished by Pool Aviation and looks fantastic. Tomorrow the FAA guy is coming and hopefully he will issue us with an export CofA. Then the form will go off to the CAA and we can start chasing them to come out and look at issuing a Easa CofA. That will be it then apart from the bill to pay (will I will detail on here).
This monring were repainting the wing walk area as the black stuff was a bit faded and has always not looked as good as it should so hopefully by the end of it my Bonanza wil look really good. I am really looking forward to getting back in it but the worst news is that the plane is hopefully going to be ready sometime next week when I have to go away on holiday. I suppose it is something to look forward to when I get back but another week without flying G-Fozz (as it is now named) will drive me crazy.