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Hawker Beechcraft 400 for Sale

Beechcraft bought the production rights to the Mitsubishi's MU-300 Diamond all-metal, low-winged twin-turbofan and re-certified it the Beechjet 400/Hawker 400. This 1,580nm-maximum range light jet is powered by JT15D-5 turbofans, flown by a crew of two, and is typically configured for seven passengers.

400 Specifications
  • User Id
    80471
  • Max. Cruise Speed KTAS
    461
  • Baggage Vol.Ext CU FT:
    33
  • Baggage Vol.Int.CU FT.
    12
  • Balanced Field Length FT:
    4650
  • B.O.W W/Crew LBS
    10400
  • Cabin Volume CU FT
    293
  • Door Height FT:
    4.16
  • Door Width FT:
    2.41
  • Landing Dist FT:
    4500
  • L/Range Cruise Speed KTAS:
    396
  • Normal Cruise Speed KTAS:
    446
  • Payload - Full Fuel LBS:
    550
  • Range – Seats Full N.M.:
    1140
  • Seats Executive
    7
  • Variable Cost Per Hour $:
    2,108.31
  • Engine Manufacturer
    Pratt & Whitney Canada
  • Engine Model
    JT15D-5
  • R.O.C All Engines FT PER MIN
    3960
  • R.O.C 1 x Engine Out FT PER MIN
    1110
  • Engines
    2
  • Range NM
    1580
  • Useable Fuel LBS:
    4900
  • MTOW LBS
    15780
  • Crew / Passengers
    2
  • Cabin Height FT
    4.80
  • Cabin Width FT
    4.90
  • Cabin Length FT
    14.40
All data courtesy of Conklin & de Decker

What is the price of a Hawker Beechcraft 400 ?

All data courtesy of Aircraft Bluebook
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    Name: Chet Willis ()
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    Model Year: 1997
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    We average between 5 and 6 pax per leg. It is routine for us to operate with 7 or 8 pax. For these loads the Beechjet is very limited on range and cabin comfort is undesireable. The airplane is very well built and highly reliable. I feel that this airplane offers good value for the right operator who flies with no more that 5 pax and does not need long legs. (15 years and 5000 hours with the same S/N Beechjet)

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    Submitted on 30/10/2014
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