Debonair 35


The Debonair 35-B33 is an american high performance light aircraft introduced in 1961 by the Beech Aircraft Corporation. The airplane is powered by 225 hp io-470k and 426 units was built between 1961 and 1965.

Model: bonanza/debonair 35-b33
Role: utility aircraft
Manufacturer: beechcraft
Produced: 1961-1965

Number built: 426
Introduced: 1961

Features (Version 1.08)

- 8 liveries

- High detailed interior and exterior 3d models
- 4k textures with full pbr materials
- Custom interior night lightining with individual spotlight for each instrument.
- All switches, knobs, levers and handlers operable (including push to test lights and circuit breakers)
- Default gps, backup touchpad gps, transponder, autopilot, radio panel, cdi and adf
- Static elements (wheel chocks, pitot cover, engine cover and windshield cover)
- Optional digital attitude indicator and optional winglets (above tip tanks)
- Single or dual control collumn
tablet to control static elements, windshield cover, baggage door, winglets, digital attitude indicator, backup touchpad gps, cockpit vibrations and copilot control collumn visibility)
- Baggage objects visibility according to baggage station weight
- Operable main door, baggage door and window vent
- Extra wing tip tanks (80 us. gallon total)

- Fuel transfer system for the tip tanks
- PMS50 gtn750 external integration
- Documentation and checklist (including msfs checklist)