Hawker 700

Aircraft Information
Average Passenger Capacity: 8 Lavatory Style: Full
Airspeed (mph): 455 Range: 1960
Cabin Width: 6 Cabin Height: 5.8
Cabin Length: 21.3
Hawker 700 Pictured
Hawker 700 EXT  Hawker 700 INT 
 Hawker 700 FP
The Hawker 700 is a descendant of the HS-125 which was originally developed by De Havilland. The 700 has updated turbofan engines, which significantly increased its performance and fuel economy and was first flown in 1976. It is recognizable by its low/swept wing with twin rear fuselage mounted engines. It has a highly swept tailplane with high-mounted horizontal stabilizer. Each side of the fuselage has 6 cabin windows, while the fuselage itself holds up to 14 passengers and a 2 man flight crew. The Hawker 700 cruises at 437 knots and has a range of 2420 nautical miles.





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