The Premier I is a small jet manufactured by Hawker Beechcraft and was launched for commercial use in 2001 after a serial of tests with four prototypes were completed. It can reach a maximum speed of 854 km/h (530 mph), has a length of 14.02 m (46 ft 0 in) and a height of 4.67 m (15 ft 4), this makes it perfect for a crew of 2 and 6 to 7 passengers. The product line has two predecessors: The Premier IA and Premier II (Hawker 200).
Premier IA has a new interior design and better systems, the cabin of this model is one of the biggest for a jet of this type, also has 77 cubic feet space available (internal+external) for baggage and can climb to the height of 37,000 feet (11,277 m) in 17 minutes
The Premier II improved range with no increase in fuel capacity with new wingtips and engines. It has a capacity for a crew of 2 and 5 passengers. The model began in 2010 but the program was cancelled in 2013 by economic issues of Hawker Beechcraft