Off Market, Fresh of E and F checks, Winglets, ADS B-Out
- Aircraft Manufacturer: Beechcraft
- Aircraft Type: Hawker 800XPi
- Serial Number: To Be Confirmed Upon Request (Off-market)
- Year of Manufacture: 2005
- Certification: FAA
- Airframe Total Hours: 5,525
- Airframe Total Cycles: 3,643
- Maintenance tracking Prog.: CAMS
- ADS B-Out
- Manufacturer: Honeywell
- Type TFE731-5BR-1H
- Thrust Level (Lbf): 4,750 Lbf
- #1 engine has 932 Hrs to next MPI
- #2 Engine has 975 hrs to next MPI
- Manufacturer: Honeywell
- Type: GTCP36-150(W)
- APU Total Hours: 4,268
Major Inspection Status
Insp G and Landing Gear OH done in 2019
E and F inspection fresh upon delivery
Flight System Collins Pro-Line 21 (4 Tube)
Autopilot Collins FGC-3000
Radar Collins TWR-850
Navs Dual Collins VIR-422 w/FM Immunity
Comms Dual Collins VHF-432 w/8.33 spacing
DME Dual Collins DME-442
ADF Dual Collins ADF-462
Transponders Dual Collins TDR-94D-501 (Mode S) w/safe flight ID
Radar Altimeter Collins ALT-4000
High Freq Comm Collins HF-9000/SELCAL
Traffic Collins TTR-4000 (TCAS II) 7.1
Terrain Honeywell Mk-V EGPWS (TAWS-B)
FMS Dual Collins FMS-6000
CVR Universal CVR-120
IFIS Collins IFIS-5000
- Eight passenger tan leather interior with forward four-place club with writing tables, aft LH forward-facing chair across from a three place divan.
- Bubinga veneer woodwork
- Forward LH galley with microwave oven
- Aft RH closet and aft lavatory,
- Collins CMS-1 Cabin Management System
- Fwd 15” monitor, CD/DVD Player.
Beechcraft At A Glance
The Hawker 800XP is one of the most successful private jets that British Aerospace has ever made. It is a third-generation model of the 800 series, and is similar in part to the ubiquitous Hawker 400XP. 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 cabin of the Hawker 800XP is typically configured with eight seats: a four-person club section, a three-person divan, and one forward-facing seat. The seats are fully adjustable and can swivel 360°. The cabin noise levels usually stay in the low 70-decibel range. The cabin itself measures 21.3 feet long, 5.7 feet high and 6 feet wide. There is a baggage compartment accessible in-flight witch holds 48 cubic feet of luggage.
Two AlliedSignal TFE731-5BR engines power the Hawker 800XP, capable of giving off 4.660 pounds of thrust each on takeoff. The Hawker 800XP can climb to an altitude of 37.000 feet in 20 minutes, where it can reach its high cruise speed of 447 knots. If needed, it can fly up to 41.000 feet to avoid traffic or weather.
One of the Hawker 800XP strong points is its ability to take off from runways much shorter than are typically required for private jet. The useful load of the Hawker 800XP is slightly higher than the loads of the Hawker 800 and 800A.
Modifications were made to the wing as well resulting in a longer range and higher loading capacity. When carrying 6 passengers, crew and their baggage, the Hawker 800XP's maximum range is 2.540 nautical miles. Possible flights would include New York to Los Angeles or Singapore to Beijing.
The Hawker 800 XP does not have any one strong point to make it stand out from the competition. Instead, it strikes a balance between factors that drive private jet sales – fuel economy, climb and cruise performance, and takeoff distance.