The aircraft has composite, outwardly canted winglets, a range increased by 4% (an additional 185km) and 8% improvement in time to climb.
The Hawker 850XP received certification in March 2006 and is the current production model, superseding the 800XP.
The Hawker 800XP is of all-metal construction with low sweptback one-piece wings, a high tailplane and rear-mounted engines.
The 17.1m³ (604ft³) cabin can accommodate up to 14 seats, with typical seating layouts for six to ten passengers in a variety of configurations.
A VIP cabin layout provides seating for eight passengers with four club seats at the front of the cabin, a three-seat settee and a single seat at the rear of the cabin. The luggage compartment is accessible in flight.
This now includes LCD touchscreens at each chair for the individual control of lighting, temperature and entertainment systems.