The Hawker 800 is a mid-size twin-engine corporate aircraft which was originally designed and manufactured by British Aerospace and is currently manufactured by Hawker Beechcraft.
The Hawker 800XP business jet is derived from the UK-built de Havilland/Hawker Siddely and British Aerospace 125, which was first built in 1962. In 1993, Raytheon purchased the Series 800 program and acquired the name Hawker 800. A number of Hawker 800XP are in Raytheons fractional ownership companys fleet, Flight Options LLC, along with Beechjet and KingAir B200 aircraft.
Theres a military version of the Hawker 800 used in South Korea for tactical reconnaissance, surveillance and SIGINT (Signals Intelligence) tasks and there were 8 specially-equipped aircraft delivered in 2000. The search and rescue version of the Hawker 800 was used by Japan and has a large observation windows, a flare and marker-buoy dispenser system, life-raft and emergency equipment dropping system and enhanced salt water corrosion prevention. The aircraft also incorporates a Toshiba 360-degree search radar, melco thermal imaging equipment and other military communications equipment for its mission. The Hawker 800XP has long range capabilities and has the largest cabins in the midsize jet category. Its combination of speed, comfort and cabin size makes it one of the most popular business jets around. It has a typical seating of 8-10 passengers and has a maximum seating configuration of 13 pax. It has a maximum cruise speed of 451 ktas and a range with Maximum Pax of 2,330 nm. The Hawker 800XP is made up of all-metal construction, having a low sweptback one-piece wings, a high tailplane and incorporates rearmounted engines.
In November 2005, Hawker 850XP was introduced by Hawker, which became the successor to the Hawker 800XPi.
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