Hawker 900XP

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Midsize Jets
Hawker Beechcraft / Raytheon
Estimated Hourly Cost
Take-Off Distance
4,965 ft / 1,513 m
Landing Distance
2,280 ft / 695 m
2,929 nm / 3,371 mi / 5,425 km
Max Cruise Speed
470 kt / 541 mph / 871 km/h
Cruising Altitude
41,000 ft / 12,497 m
Cabin Altitude
7,500 ft / 2,286 m
Cabin Height
5 ft 9 in / 1.75 m
Cabin Width
6 ft / 1.83 m
Cabin Length
21 ft 4 in / 6.49 m
Baggage Capacity
50 cu ft / 1.42 cu m

Requested Routes

Scottsdale Airport, Scottsdale, AZ (SCF / KSDL) to Teterboro Airport, Teterboro, NJ (TEB / KTEB)

Fort Lauderdale International Airport, Fort Lauderdale, (FLL / KFLL) to North Las Vegas Airport, Las Vegas, NV (VGT / KVGT)

L.F. Wade International Airport, St. George’s, Bermuda (BDA / TXKF) to Santa Barbra Airport, Santa Barbara, CA (SBA / KSBA)


HAWKER BEECHCRAFT | HS 125-900 | HAWKER 900XP (2007-2012)  
The Hawker 900XP business jet is the latest and last evolution of the de Havilland / Hawker Siddeley and British Aerospace 125 (DH-125) aircraft which was originally built in the United Kingdom beginning in 1962 and progressed into numerous variations and would become the world’s longest-running business jet program, which officially retired in 2013.The BAe 125-800 (its name once British Aerospace fully resumed control in 1983) would go into production in 1983 and in 1993 when Raytheon acquired the business jets divisions of British Aerospace which included the Series 800 program, they would go on to change its name to what we know it as now, the Hawker 800. There were many variants of this aircraft over almost 50 years of production and the 900XP (125-900) would be the last aircraft, alongside the 750 (125-750), to ever be manufactured in this series.In October 2006, the Hawker 900XP was unveiled at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) meeting, alongside the Hawker 750. Hawker aircraft are successful because they never stop evolving. The midsize 850XP received considerable performance and comfort upgrades in 2006. The 900XP, true to form, keeps all of the advanced characteristics of the 850 (fuel efficiency, aerodynamics, comfort, and performance capabilities), but improves on them. First deliveries were made in 2008 alongside the Hawker 750, with an additional exterior baggage compartment capable of 500 lbs. but this decreased its range to around 2,200 nm. All production ceased in 2012, for the first in almost 50 years. Following Hawker Beechcraft’s bankruptcy in 2013, the surviving company, Beechcraft, discontinued its business jet fleet, including the 800 series, but components are still available.

With a cabin as spacious as the 850XP’s, it’s no surprise Raytheon used the same design for the 900XP. With a cabin volume of 551 cubic feet (15.6 cubic meters), the aircraft outperformed all others in its class in its day. Stand-up headroom (for some), LCD lighting, touch-screen seat controls, berth-able seats, and in-cabin storage are among the cabin’s features. There are eight executive seats in the cabin or 5 executive seats and a 3 person divan.  The cabin is almost 5 ft 9 inches (1.75m) tall, 6 feet (1.83m) wide, and 21 feet 4 inches (6.49m) long allowing for pain-free mobility throughout the flight.The Hawker 900XP’s adaptable cabin allows for a wide range of configurations, with each aircraft’s interior tailored to the needs and preferences for each individual customer. Its baggage capacity is 50 cubic feet (1.42 cu m) and if you need to bring more luggage or any special sized items, let us know in advance to ensure we can accommodate any special requests.A microwave, a cold food box, a coffee maker, and storage for plates, cutlery, and glasses are all included in the galley near the flight deck to ensure no one flies hungry. Passengers can operate cabin temperature, lighting, and entertainment systems via LCD touch panels provided by the Rockwell Collins Airshow 21 cabin management system. In 2008, as an add-on, the Hawker 900XP could be equipped with the Aircell Axxess II satellite communications system.

The Hawker 900XP is equipped with two Honeywell Aerospace TFE-731-50R engines, which are flat-rated to 4,660 lbs thrust (sea level, ISA) at ISA+16°C. The Hawker 900XP requires only 4,965 feet (1,513 m) to take off and land in just 2,280 feet (695 m)! Its performance at higher altitudes and temperatures has improved as well.At full take-off weight, the Hawker 900XP can rise immediately to its maximum operating altitude of 41,000ft in 25 minutes thanks to its increased thrust at altitude. Faster total journey times and lower operational expenses are possible thanks to the ability to climb directly to final cruise altitude and higher fuel efficiency compared to the older 731-5BR engine. The TFE731-50R engine also has a 6,000-hour Time Before Overhaul (TBO), which means cheaper maintenance expenses.The Hawker 900XP comes equipped with a Honeywell Aerospace GTCP36-150 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU). The APU is completely certified for in-flight operation up to 30,000 feet and offers electrical power and air conditioning without the need to activate the aircraft’s main engines when on the ground.

The Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics package, which includes four 8in x 10in high-resolution Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Displays, is installed aboard the Hawker 900XP (AMLCD).  Dual FMS-6000 flight management systems, Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS), Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (TACAS), Engine Indicating System (EIS), Integrated Flight Information System (IFIS), and turbulence detection weather radar are all part of the avionics package.Digital radios and a single HF-9000 high-frequency communications system with Selcal are included in the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance (CNS) system (selective calling). The Head-up Guidance System (HGS) gives the pilot a better understanding of the situation. All of this innovation and technology work in unison to decrease pilot workload and tedious tasks which increases overall focus as well as reduces pilot fatigue while increasing overall safety and efficiency in all imaginable aspects.

The Hawker 900XP was the longest civilian aircraft to have remained in continuous production since its beginning in 1962. With each new variant they would increase performance, efficiency, and comfort. Boasting an incredibly spacious and open cabin, with coast to coast range, the Hawker 900XP is certainly worth considering for your next flight if you have 4-6 adults looking to take a 4 hour trip. Be sure to pack light or call ahead in 6 or more passengers as luggage space can get tight if there’s any sports equipment. CharterJets Inc. features the newest and highest safety rated Hawker 900XP’s available. Reach out today to discuss your upcoming travel!

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