Overview

The design for the Hawker 800XP began in 1961 from British aircraft manufacturer deHavilland who sold the design to Hawker Siddeley who designated the aircraft the HS-125. When Hawker Siddeley merged with British Aircraft Corporation and renamed British Aerospace in 1977, the aircraft was re-designated the BAE-125. British Aerospace produced several variants of the highly successful Mid Cabin jets including the Hawker 700, 800, 800A and 800SP before it sold the Hawker line to Raytheon in 1993.

The Hawker 800XP began production in 1993 and competed primarily with the Bombardier Lear 60 and the Cessna Citation VII. The Hawker offered 22% more cabin volume than the Lear 60 and 28% more volume than the Citation VII although it left little room for bags with only 48 cubic feet of baggage capacity. It also outperformed both the Lear 60 and Citation VII in range with a maximum non-stop range of over 2,900 miles and at a slower speed.

The combination of cabin volume and range made the Hawker 800XP highly successful with 425 delivered to customers between 1994 and 2005 and was finally replaced by the 850XP and 900XP. The line was sold to a private equity group in 2006 and the Hawker line ended in 2012 after filing for bankruptcy. A new restructured company Beechcraft Corporation continues to build the King Air turbo-prop and Bonanza piston powered lines but has cancelled Hawker line.

For a more complete comparison, check out PriJet’s performance of the Hawker 800XP.

For a more complete cost comparison, check out PriJet’s operating cost for the Hawker 800XP.

NTSB Record Search

We only found one accident since 2007 reported by the NTSB which occurred in 2014 in Denver. The accident was caused by a landing gear issue which prevented it from fully extending. No injuries or substantial damage was reported..

To search NTSB records for the Hawker 800XP check out our safety records search by jet type (warning: this page will take a couple minutes to load.)

Hawker 800XP’s For Sale

At the time of writing this article, there are 70 advertisements of Hawker 800XP’s for sale at: https://www.libertyjet.com/private_jets_for_sale/Beechcraft%20Corp./Hawker%20800XP which is a site that consolidates aircraft for sale listings. Prices range from $1 to $2.5 million.

Hawker 800XP Charter

The Hawker 800XP is one of the most popular Mid Cabin jets available in the Charter market with nearly 184 currently available Worldwide. Depending on your flight patterns, charter can be the least expensive option. To located one near you, click here: Hawker 800XP Charter, or enter your trip itinerary here for a cost comparison between Charter, Fractional Ownership and Jet Cards.

Hawker 800XP Jet Cards

There are many Jet Cards which allow you to fly in a Mid Cabin jet and since the Hawker 800XP supply is so strong in the charter market, you are likely to fly in one, although it is not guaranteed in most cases. If you require a Hawker 800XP on every flight, then you might want to consider a Jets.com or SentryJet Jet card.

Citation XL Fractional Ownership

There are no known Hawker 800XP fractional ownership programs at this time.