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.
Work and kids mean I am not getting to fly much just lately. Just been away on business and was going to go in the plane but on the day I was due to go, horrendous weather over France scuppered that. If I had waited until the next day (which was an option) then I could have gone fine but the forecast looked rubbish so I went on Sleezyjet and left the Bonanza at home sadly.
Next week I have to go to Edinburgh and then onto Inverness on Monday and back on Wednesday so this is the perfect trip for this plane. Its a nice distance and a journey that would take me months by car I think so I am looking forward to it. I hope the weather remains reasonably nice so the trip is kind to one of my passengers who is a very nervous flyer. Fingers crossed that his faith in Beech Bonanza travel will be restored by this trip.
Interestingly at Barcelona airport where I had to fly to last week I spotted the Spanish version of G-FOZZ.