Hawker Beechcraft

400XP

Description :

The Hawker 400 is a small business jet for two pilots and five to seven passengers designed by Mitsubishi. The program was sold in 1985 to Beech Aircraft Company, then a division of Raytheon Company. In 2007 Raytheon sold its light aviation division to the Canadian Group Onex Corporation with a strong stake in investment bank Goldman Sachs. Since 2003 this device has been produced and marketed under the name Hawker 400. It also produced a military version called T-1A Jayhawk in the United States and T-400 in Japan.

Seats : 6

Speed : 778 km/h

Altitude : 13230 m

Range : 2593 km

Estimated price : 3000 €/h

Airplane floor plan :

Characteristics :

Height

1,52 m

Width :

1,50 m

Length :

4,72 m

Luggage compartment volume :

1,56 m³

Checked baggage:

4

Hand luggage :

3