The Hawker 800 private jet start’s at $4,000 per hour and up. The Hawker 800 Private Jet.



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Few aircraft can match the Hawker 800 combination of comfort, cabin size, and speed.

One of the most popular business jets in its class, it’s often likened to a spacious conference room in the sky.

It is designed to complete transcontinental and international flights as needed, as well as have good short range capabilities.

Since it is the third member of the 800 series, it has undergone many small improvements to the features that made it successful in the private jet market to begin with its cruise and climb speeds, runway performance, and weight limits.

The Hawker 800 comprises both six- and eight-passenger configured aircraft. Both configurations have a full refreshment center and stand-up headroom along the entire cabin length.

Within the Hawker 800 series, there is also the improved models of the Hawker 800XP and the Hawker 850XP.

In December 2006, Raytheon announced the sale of Raytheon Aircraft to GS Capital Partners. The new company is called Hawker Beechcraft Inc and the sale was completed in March 2007.

The Hawker 800XP business jet is derived from the design of the UK-built de Havilland / Hawker Siddely and British Aerospace 125, first built in 1962.

This evolved into the Series 400 to 800 produced up to the early 1990s. Raytheon purchased the Series 800 program in 1993 and the aircraft took the name Hawker 800.

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Over 275 of the Hawker 800 were built until final production in 1995 when the 800XP entered service.

The largest fleet of Hawkers is run by NetJets, the fractional aircraft ownership programme run by Executive Jet. NetJets has 100 Hawker XP aircraft including 27 800XP.

A number of Hawker 800XP are in the fleet of Raytheon's fractional ownership company, Flight Options LLC (formerly Raytheon Travel Air), along with Beechjet 400A and KingAir B200 aircraft.

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.

The Hawker 800SP mid-size business jet can accommodate up to 8 executive or personal passengers.

The Hawker 800 is generally equipped with a deluxe galley, entertainment system, and lavatory, making it ideal for short hops, or cross country journeys.

The HAWKER 800 incorporates upgraded avionics and a redesigned interior. The "HAWKER 800" essentially fills the gap left behind by the "HAWKER 1000" when production of that Aircraft ceased. At can be chartered for $3,400 an hour and up.

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The Hawker 800 is a mid-size twin-engine corporate aircraft. It is a development of the British Aerospace BAe 125, and was assembled by Hawker Beechcraft.

The 125-800 series would become a sales success. From the first BAe 125 flight in August 1961 it took nineteen years until the 500th airframe was sold.

In 1994 Raytheon (who hold bought Beech Aircraft Corporation in 1980) acquired Corporate Jets. The new entity being known as Raytheon Aircraft.

In March 2007, Raytheon Aircraft Company was sold to Hawker Beechcraft Corp., a company formed and controlled by GS Capital Partners and Onex Partners of Canada.

The Hawker 850XP, which was certified for operation in March 2006. The 850XP is identical to the 800XP except that it includes winglets, which have extended its operating range by 100 nautical miles (190 km).

This version also incorporates upgraded avionics and a redesigned interior. The Hawker 850XP essentially fills the gap left behind by the Hawker 1000 when production of that aircraft ceased.

Blended Winglets are available for immediate retrofit on the Hawker 800 and 800XP. In effect, this creates two exciting new models: the 800SP (Special Performance) and 800XP2.

Blended Winglets cut fuel consumption by up to 7%, increasing your range by up to 180 nautical miles. This enables you to fly nonstop across the U.S.

The system features patented* High Aspect Ratio Blended Winglets. This winglet geometry is selected to achieve near ideal flow characteristics, particularly in the interface between wing and winglet.

The system features an actual four foot overall wingspan increase. With added wingspan in combination with the Blended Winglets, the airplane climbs higher and faster and flies further than the standard Hawker 800 series aircraft.

The program includes removal of the large fences from the wing and replacement with vortilons thereby reducing drag, preserving favorable low speed performance, and resulting in a very clean look.

The launch of the Raytheon Hawker 800XP extended performance mid-size business jet was announced in 1995. The aircraft is in service both as a business / VIP jet and also in special mission versions.

The XP is the upgrade from the Hawker 800, it features upgrated engine, enhanced aerodynamics, increased weight and system upgrades.

There were 475 produced in 10 years. The aircraft is powered by two AlliedSignal TFE731-5BR engines which produce 4,660 Lbs of thrust at takeoff.

The risk all of us in aviation focus on is flying safety, and that is paramount. But there is another major risk to consider, and that is the chance that a new design will not actually be an improvement.

That's why evolutionary airplanes have enjoyed such success,and none more so than the Hawker 125 line of business jets that traces its roots back to 1962.e

Now, with winglets to add range and climb performance, and an advanced Collins Pro Line 21 cockpit, the Hawker 850XP delivers more of what pilots and passengers have loved about the airplane for 44 years, and the improvements are risk free.

The Hawker is joining a growing line of jets to sprout winglets, and they all have the same objective - to make the wing behave as though it were longer.

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That's what has made the Hawker a great airplane over so many decades. The parts that can be improved have been continuously so, but the solid core of a stout airframe and comfortable cabin have been there from the beginning.


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