Welcome To The North East Bonanza Group

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The NEBG welcomes you to its home on the web!
Thanks for stopping by!

Here you will learn about the organization, its mission, along with viewing some photos and videos of a few of the exciting events that have occurred. The NEBG organizes several events for its members, usually 2 per month, which are conveniently divided between the northern and southern regions of the northeast United States. These events include fly-in brunches, overnight flying destinations, and exciting cross country adventures that commonly include Canada, Alaska, and several islands of the Caribbean.

The NEBG exists to serve its members.

As an active regional organization of the American Bonanza Society, we provide a unified avenue for those who own, operate, or just have an interest in the Beechcraft Bonanza, Baron, and TravelAir aircraft. Though centered around the Beechcraft Bonanza, Baron, and TravelAir, the NEBG is open to everyone regardless of aircraft ownership or flying experience. The only criteria to join us is the desire to share the passion of flight.
Make sure and bookmark us, and visit often! Again, welcome and we look forward to hearing from you!

Join The NEBG!

The Benefits Of Membership

Besides the personally rewarding camaraderie with other members, exclusive NEBG events, and a myriad of other benefits, inside the members only area of our website you will find:

- NEBG Membership Directory
- Personal Membership File and Settings
- Current and Archived Newsletters
- Formation Flying program information
- And much much more!

Beechcraft Bonanza

Pilot Meets Perfection

Sporting a distinctive V-shaped or "butterfly" tail, the Beechcraft Bonanza set the standard for the stylish and well-equipped aircraft for the private pilot. Since its introduction in 1947, the Bonanza has been admired as a "classic" in the aviation world, even earning Fortune magazine's prestigious award as one of the 100 best designed mass-production products.
The Beech Aircraft Corporation, confident in its manufacturing capacity after building more than 7,000 combat aircraft during World War II, positioned itself for the postwar era by designing a revolutionary single-engine aircraft with a V-tail configuration that trimmed weight without compromising control. Company founder Walter Beech envisioned a light aircraft with a level of performance and comfort that would distinguish it from the competition.
From those humble beginnings, the now Hawker Beechcraft Corporation continues to be a world-leading manufacturer of business and general aviation aircraft.