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CHECKMATE BONANZA C/D 35 STNDR

$16.60/Each
Part# 13-07951
MFR Model# BNZA C/D35/S
BEECH
AIRCRAFT MODLE
Part No.
BONANZA C/D 3513-07951

Overview

Checkmate Standard Checklist 6.5"x9" is the only checklist that contains virtually all data desired by pilots to fly the airplane while excluding the extraneous information which leads to inefficiency, confusion and even refusal to use. They eliminate the tedious and cluttered 15-page flip-book that pilots quickly become discouraged from using.


Checkmate contains the most comprehensive V-speed section in the industry. V-speeds are listed in Knots and MPH. Checkmate not only makes a dramatic difference in everyday use, but also in critical situations. Emergency procedures are right there! Every time! With most of the emergencies there is no time to flip pages looking for the correct procedures.Available for over 200 single and twin engine aircraft. All follow a standard format. Used by some of the best flight schools in the country. Checkmate checklists come in standard 6.5"x9" size

Reviews

Very well detailed and useful check list.

Ramsey S
December 8, 2019

Good checklist has all the needed info!

Logan H
September 25, 2019

Good quick reference.

Pedro
January 9, 2019

Stiff and durable for repeated uses.

Tyson R
August 18, 2017

This is the wrong check list. The label on it leads you to believe it’s for a 35A/B. But it is not. It’s not going to work for me.

Bill G
September 24, 2019

Q&A

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