Airplane Intel Podcast Show Notes
Episode 62 Show Notes
This week we interview Guy Cappuccino, the owner of a 1973 Beechcraft A-36 Bonanza. We’ll get an owner’s perspective for everything you should know about buying, flying, and maintaining this popular, high-performance single. Be sure to scroll down for show note links & videos :)
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Our guest Dr. Guy Cappuccino
Guy is an instrument and multiengine-rated pilot. He started flying in 2011 and currently has around 900 hours. By trade, Guy is a plastic surgeon and has his own practice in the DC area. He’s also an AME, aviation medical examiner, to help keep pilots safe and healthy. He’s been a partner-owner on a 1973 Beech A-36 Bonanza for the past six years, and currently has logged 500 hours in it. Send Guy an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Photos of Guy’s a-36 Bonanza
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