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Beechjet 400

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Overview

The Beechjet 400 is a twin turbofan light business jet that evolved from the Mitsubishi MU–300 Diamond; the MU-300 first flew on 29 August, 1978 and was certificated in November 1981.

Beechcraft acquired the Pratt & Whitney JT15D-powered aircraft in 1985, then redesigned the interior, increased fuel capacity and offered optional thrust reversers. The first Beech-assembled aircraft rolled out in May 1986. It can be flown by a crew of two and accommodates up to nine passengers.

September 1989 saw the first flight of the upgraded Beechjet 400A. New features included more powerful JT15D-5 engines, Pro Line 4 avionics, higher gross weight, improved performance and a larger cabin. FAA certification was granted in June 1990 and deliveries commenced in November of the same year.

After Raytheon Aircraft acquired the Hawker line in 1993 the Beechjet 400 was renamed the Hawker 400, and in 2003 the manufacturer introduced the improved 400XP; longer range, faster climbs, lower operating costs, improved high and hot field performance and enhanced technology.

Nextant Aerospace developed a programme to remanufacture the Hawker 400 as the Nextant 400XT, replacing the JT15D engines with 3,050 lbf Williams FJ44-3AP FADEC powerplants and adding Pro Line 21 avionics. The completely remanufactured aircraft made its first test flight in March 2010 and earned FAA certification on 5 October, 2011.

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News from Business Air News
Ontic on to a winner with JT15D parts deal
November 2, 2020
Ontic will manufacture and sell additional JT15D components from its Chatsworth, California facility and the parts will continue to be distributed through the JT15D new parts distributor, Boeing Distribution.
Hawker pair join the fleet at Premier
March 12, 2020
SOS adds second Hawker 400XP as backup
February 24, 2020
On-the-ground time including scheduled maintenance had started to affect capacity for Turkey's S.O.S. Air. It has added a second Hawker to reduce such downtime and save more patients.
FAA grants Southeast a G5000 harness licence
January 7, 2020
Southeast Aerospace has been a leader in fabricating harnesses for OEMs, saving manpower for avionics shops. Cost and time was the leading factor in achieving PMA for the G5000 kit.
October 22, 2019Clemens commits to CoolView window technology
October 21, 2019C&L makes Beechjet parts purchase
June 24, 2019Lee can polish your windows posh at Oshkosh
June 8, 2019Wheels Up scales up fleet through TMC acquisition
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