Hawker 400

The Hawker 400 is a small twin-engine jet corporate aircraft. Initially designed and built by Mitsubishi, it has been further developed and updated by the Beech Aircraft Company, now part of Hawker Beechcraft. Variants: Upgraded model, initially produced as the Beechcraft Beechjet 400A, then Raytheon Beechjet 400A, then Raytheon Hawker 400XP, then Hawker Beechcraft Hawker 400XP. Hawker 400XPR: a factory engineered and supported upgrade first flown May 2012. The conversion features new avionics, interior, winglets, and Williams FJ-44-4A-32 engines. The Hawker 400 is used by many corporate and private users, it is also used by air-taxi and air charter companies.

Specifications

Passengers
9
Max. length
4.72 m
Max. width
1.50 m
Max. height
1.45 m
Luggage compartment
2 m³
76 ft³
Max. speed
867.00 km/h
Max. range
4 ft
11 in
Max. service celling
45 000 m