The Hawker 4000 is a super-midsize business jet designed by Hawker Beechcraft. Due to the Hawker 4000’s carbon compound construction, it has further interior space than numerous jets in its class. It can seat up to ten passengers, and interior standing room is a normal of six bases. This compound construction also makes the aircraft lighter than a standard aluminium structure, allowing a maximum range of 3,445 navigational long hauls, and a service ceiling of 45,000 bases.
This jet is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW308A machines with 6,900 pounds of thrust each, allowing for a faster rise speed of 800 bases per minute and voyage speed of 470 knots.
The cockpit is equipped with Honeywell Primus Epic, featuring binary GPS with perpendicular navigation and enhanced go-around capability, TCAS II, and Enhanced Ground propinquity Warning System. In the cabin is the standard Rockwell Collins Airshow 21 cabin operation system.
The customers have the option of high-speed internet, high-description cabin TV displays, particular displays, and XM Radio. In addition, there are upgraded seats, LED lighting, a large galley, and an accessible baggage cube.