Beechcraft Premier 1 Jets for Sale

The Beechcraft Premier I Light Jet may no longer be in production, but the aircraft still commands attention on the pre-owned market, with operators particularly attracted to its quick speed and impressively roomy cabin.


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Beechcraft Premier 1 Variants

Beechcraft Premier 1A

Price: €550,000 1/3 Fractional Ownership

Beechcraft Premier 1A

Price: €550,000 1/3 Fractional Ownership
Europe, Switzerland
  • Year 2011
  • S/N -
  • Total Time 2294
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Updated 05 Aug 2021

Beechcraft Premier 1A

Deal pending
North America + Canada, United States - TN, For Sale by Safe Journeys Aviation
  • Year 2006
  • S/N RB-163
  • Total Time 3767.2
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
Updated 02 Sep 2021

Beechcraft Premier 1A

Beechcraft Premier 1A

Augsburg Air Service GmbH

Europe, Germany
WANTED

Serial Number 200+ / N- or EASA-reg
Low time / Engines in program (TAP Blue)
Optional: Single Point Refuelling
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Beechcraft Premier 1 Jets
Price Data
Find the latest prices, market data and asset valuations for Beechcraft Premier 1 Jets from the world's leading aviation data providers - JetNet, Aircraft Blue Book and Asset Insight.
Beechcraft Premier 1 Jets
Specification
  • Beechcraft Premier 1 Specifications
    Range NM
    1340
    Range – Seats Full N.M.
    850
    MTOW LBS
    12500
    B.O.W W/Crew LBS
    8565
    Payload - Full Fuel LBS
    414
    Normal Cruise Speed KTAS
    426
    L/Range Cruise Speed KTAS
    370
    Cabin Height FT
    5.40
    Cabin Width FT
    5.50
    Cabin Length FT
    13.60
    Cabin Volume CU FT
    285
    Baggage Vol.Ext CU FT
    23
    Seats Executive
    6
    Crew / Passengers
    2
    Door Height FT
    4.16
    Door Width FT
    2.13
    Balanced Field Length FT
    4600
    Landing Dist FT
    5208
    Engine Manufacturer
    Williams
    Engine Model
    FJ44-2A
    Engines
    2
    R.O.C All Engines FT PER MIN
    4000
    R.O.C 1 x Engine Out FT PER MIN
    948
    Useable Fuel LBS
    3611
    All data courtesy of Conklin & de Decker

FAQs: Beechcraft Premier 1 Jets for Sale

Here are the most Frequently Asked Questions for Beechcraft Premier 1 Jets for sale
  • How much does a Beechcraft Premier I cost?

    The Beechcraft Premier I costs between $800k for a 2001 edition up to $1.0m for a 2005 model, according to Aircraft Bluebook data in Autumn 2021. Prices for individual pre-owned models will vary, depending on the aircraft’s maintenance condition, proximity to the next major inspection or overhaul, or whether it is enrolled on an engine maintenance program, for example. Further factors also influence a final sale price, which is ultimately decided between a buyer and seller of a specific Beechcraft Premier I jet.

  • What competes with the Beechcraft Premier I?

    The Beechcraft Premier I is focused on the same, single-pilot aircraft market where the Cessna CitationJet family – also under the Textron Aviation umbrella – has been such a strong force. Of all the aircraft in this family, the Cessna Citation CJ2 jet has a maximum range of about 1,500nm, and can accommodate six passengers, closely aligning it with the performance of the Premier I.

  • What makes the Beechcraft Premier I stand out?

    The Beechcraft Premier I has a notably large cabin for its class, while its swept wing design also boosts its speed (the aircraft can achieve up to 451 knots per hour).

  • What is the difference between a Beechcraft Premier I and Premier IA?

    While the Premier IA retained the Williams FJ44-2A engines of its predecessor, compared to the Premier I it features a wide range of adaptations, with the cabin upgraded to maximize the interior space advantages of the composite, carbon fiber/epoxy honeycomb fuselage.


Beechcraft Premier I Jet Overview

By Gerrard Cowan - Editor, Aircraft Reviews


The aircraft was designed in the 1990s, when the Beechcraft brand sat under the Raytheon portfolio, and it was delivered in the early years of the 21st century (between 2001 and 2005), before being upgraded and replaced with the Beechcraft Premier IA.


Although its production run was relatively short, Beechcraft still produced 133 aircraft, according to JETNET data, and, as of August 2021, the active fleet stood at 119.


Certified for single pilot operations, the Beechcraft Premier I light jet was built to compete with the CitationJet-series. Developed with composite, carbon fiber/epoxy honeycomb fuselage, the cabin typically is configured for six. Williams FJ44-2A engines, meanwhile, give the aircraft a 1,340nm maximum range.


For the latest market data and full specification information for the Premier 1, view the live data feeds on this page from aviation's leading data providers -  Aircraft Blue Book, JETNET, Conklin & de Decker and Asset Insight.


What features does the Beechcraft Premier I offer?


The Beechcraft Premier I comes equipped with two Williams FJ44-2A engines. It can seat six or seven passengers (with one pilot), while it also features the largest cabin its class.


The aircraft was manufactured using a composite fuselage technology to make it both lighter and stronger than aluminium. The Beechcraft Premier I has a range of about 1,340nm.


What came before and after the Beechcraft Premier I?


The Beechcraft Premier I was the first aircraft in the Premier product line, and was followed by the Premier IA, which proved a market hit with improved avionics, cabin enhancements, and other performance and comfort-related features – all while retaining many of the original features of the earlier platform.


At one stage, a Premier II was planned, but the concept never reached the market having been scrapped even before flight testing began.


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