The Beechcraft F33A, a variant of its predecessor, the Beechcraft 35 Bonanza, emerged in the aftermath of World War II. Introduced in 1970, the F33A features an IO-520-B engine. Like many variants in the Bonanza line, the Beechcraft F33A retains the distinctive V-tail design, which became a subject of controversy in the early 1990s. Initially designed as a 5-6-seater, newer versions of the aircraft now incorporate additional passenger seats.
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