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Hawker Aircraft

Hawker 700A

Description: The Hawker Beechcraft 1000 is a twin-engine mid-size corporate jet. Produced between 1962 and 2013, over 1,600 models of the aircraft were built. The aircraft went through many designation changes during its service life. Hawker Siddeley had bought de Havilland the year before the project had started, but the legacy brand and "DH" designation was used throughout development. After the jet achieved full production, the name was changed to "HS.125" except for American exports which retained the DH.125 until it was replaced by BH.125 for Beechcraft-Hawker. When Hawker Siddeley Aircraft merged with the British Aircraft Corporation to form British Aerospace in 1977, the name changed to BAe 125. When British Aerospace sold its Business Jets Division to Raytheon in 1993, the then-main variant of the jet became widely referred to as the Hawker 1000. Several variants of the original design exist. Series 700 of the variants includes the Honeywell TFE731-3RH turbofan engines with 3,720 lbf (16.5 kN) of thrust each, first flight 19 June 1976. All early models could also be re-engined.
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Exterior Height: 17 ft 6 in Exterior Width (Wingspan): 47 ft 0 in Exterior Length: 50 ft 8 in
Cabin Height: 5 ft 9 in Cabin Width: 6 ft Cabin Length: 21 ft 4 in
Cabin Volume: 604 Door Height: 4 ft 3 in Door Width: 2 ft 3 in
Baggage Internal: 40 Baggage External: N/A  
Crew: 2 Passengers: 8  
Operating Weights
Max T/O Weight: 24800 Max Landing Weight: 22000 Operating Weight: 14200
Empty Weight: N/A Fuel Capacity: 9450 Useful Load: N/A
Payload with Full Fuel: 1350 Payload Max: 1850  
Normal Range: 1960 Max Range: 2170 Service Ceiling: 41000
Takeoff Distance: 5800 Landing Distance: 3667  
Balanced Field Length: 6825    
Climb Rate All Engines: 3,000 Climb Rate One Engine Inop: 405 Max Cruise Speed: 435
Normal Cruise Speed: 420 Normal Cruise Speed (Long Range): 390  
(2) Honeywell Engines TFE 731-3R
Cost Per Hour: N/A
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