Hawker Premier I
1 Hawker Premier I On-Market
|Passenger Capacity||6 to 7|
|Baggage Capacity||77 ft3|
|Cabin width||5' 5"|
|Cabin Length||13' 5"|
|Cabin Height||5' 4"|
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Introduced in 2001 as Beechcraft's answer to the highly-successful Cessna CitationJet line, the Premier I was intended from the beginning to be the most comfortable single-pilot-certified airplane in its class. The company's prior experience with the Starship project of the 1980s allowed Beechcraft to explore new avenues of composite construction, with the Premier I featuring a high-strength composite, carbon fiber/epoxy honeycomb fuselage. This advanced private jet also sports the largest cabin in its class, offering room for a folding table, four club-type seats, two forward-facing seats, and a partitioned aft lavatory. The capable Premier I is powered by a pair of Williams FJ44-2A turbofans, rated for 2,300 pounds of thrust per side, allowing the Premier I to leap off the ground in less than 3,800 feet at sea level, and level at FL410 in less than 23 minutes.
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