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Hawker 800XP

Hawker 800XP
Hawker 800XP
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Hawker 800XP

Scale: 1/32 resin model
Length 19.25" Wingspan 20.25"

The Hawker 800 is a mid-size twin-engine corporate aircraft. It was originally designed and manufactured by British Aerospace as the BAe 125, it is currently manufactured by Hawker Beechcraft.

The Hawker was originally designed as the DH-125 by de Havilland in 1961. It was acquired by Hawker Siddeley in 1963 and became the HS 125 and later acquired by British Aerospace in 1977 where it was the BAe 125. Then in 1993, Raytheon acquired British Aerospace Corporate Jets Ltd. (which became Raytheon Corporate Jets), and they began marketing this aircraft as the Hawker 800.

The current Hawker version is identified as the Hawker 850XP and was certfied for operation in March 2006. This version also incorporates upgraded avionics and a redesigned interior. The Hawker 850XP is somewhat identical to the Hawker 800XP except that it includes winglets which have extended its operating range by 100 nautical miles.

The Hawker 800XP has long range capabilities and one of the largest cabins in the midsize jet category. Its combination of speed, comfort and cabin size make it one of the most popular business jets around. Typically seating 8-10 passengers, the Hawker 800XP boasts almost 40% more space than its closest competitors. Baggage area is located in the cabin with 48 cubic feet of interior luggage space. Some examples of nonstop flights include California to Detroit, New York to Aspen, and Dallas to New York.