The Beechjet400 or the Hawker 400, designed by Raytheons Beech Aircraft Company subsidiary, now part of Hawker Beechcraft, is a small twin-engine corporate aircraft. Deliveries of the Beechjet began in June 1986, with low rate production continuing until that model was replaced by the Model 400A, which was delivered from November 1990.
The Beechjet 400A integrated a quantity of developments over its predecessor. A higher max takeoff weight and superior operating ceiling enhanced performance, while repositioning the rear fuselage fuel tank enlarged cabin volume. The flight deck features Collins Pro Line 4 EFIS with three colour displays - two primary flight displays (PFD) and a multifunction display (MFD) with a second MFD optional. The 400A incorporates the added measures of strength and reliability that lead to the durability, dispatch reliability and low life-cycle costs that prompted the United States Air Force to select the 400A as the T-1A Jayhawk trainer for pilots. With its advanced avionics systems, elegant crafted interior and high efficiency environmental, the Beechjet 400A has remained the light jet of choice for those who embrace refined cabin accommodations and seek superior engineering.
The Raytheon Hawker 400XP is the fastest light jet business jet of choice in the light-jet market. Powered by fuel-efficient Pratt & Whitney Canada engines, its innovative design includes a well-equipped galley, four-place center-club seating and the largest cabin of any comparable aircraft.