Carenado F33A Bonanza Released For X-Plane 11


Carenado has released the latest of their X-Plane aircraft portfolio, the Beechcraft F33A Bonanza, for X-Plane 11. This single-prop aircraft began production in 1970, and was built right up until 1994 with 821 examples being built in this time, making it the most popular of the three F33 models available. Up front, it was powered by a 285hp flat-six, fuel injected Continental engine.

Carenado’s F33A is designed and available only for X-Plane 11, and carries features such as Physics Based Rendering, VR compatibility and what Carenado describe as a “State-of-the-art configurable FPS-friendly logic system”.
Inside the aircraft, you’ll find the standard X-Plane GNS430 but the F33A is also compatible with the RealityXP GTN750 (sold separately).

Carenado’s F33A Bonanza is available now for USD $26.95. To see the full feature listing and screenshot gallery, and to purchase, head to the Carenado website.

Tags : AircraftBeechcraftBonanzaCarenadoF33F33AGAGeneral AviationRelease
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As a simmer for more than 20 years, Ben can be quite opinionated about our hobby. He started out on FS95 and found himself switching to X-Plane in 2017. He works full-time in the automotive industry as a parts interpreter, and when he’s not in the virtual left seat, he can be found in the garage tinkering with cars and motorcycle. | View My Specs
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