038 OCTOBER 2019
Entered service: 2011 (as 400XT)
Interior updated: 2013 (400XTi)
In-service fleet: Not available
List price: Not available
Seats: 2 in cockpit + 5-7 in cabin
+ belted lav
Cabin height: 4ft 9in (1.45m)
Cabin width: 4ft 11in (1.5m)
Cabin length: 15ft 6in (4.72m)
Range: 1,925 nautical miles
The Beechjet 400A/Hawker400XP is
no longer available as a production
aircraft, but the design lives on through
Nextant’s remanufacturing programme,
which was launched in 2011 and
updated in 2013. The company can
update both avionics and the interior.
Within the flat-floor composite cabin
shell, Nextant can install seating for 6-8
people – the latter layout including a
divan, four club seats and an aft lavatory
seat, along with storage cabinets.
Nextant says the decor can be “fully
customised” in terms of trim and finish.
The Nextant 400XTi’s galley includes
dual hot cup containers, dual ice
containers, a waste container and
stowage for wine and sodas.
The Hawker 400 can also be upgraded
through a Textron Aviation programme,
the 400XPR package, which includes
multiple interior and paint options.
Entered service: 2015 (as HondaJet)
Interior updated: 2018 (HondaJet Elite)
In-service fleet: 135
List price: US$5.25m
Seats: 2 in cockpit + up to 6 in cabin
Cabin height: 4ft 10in (1.47m)
Cabin width: 5ft (1.52m)
Cabin length: 17ft 9in (5.43m)
Range: 1,437 nautical miles
Maximum cruise speed:
Targeted entry into service:
List price: US$8.30m
Seats: 2 in cockpit + 5 in cabin
Cabin height: 4ft 4in (1.31m)
Cabin width: 4ft 9in (1.44m)
Cabin length: 12ft 5in (3.8m)
Range: 2,129 nautical miles
Maximum cruise speed:
The SJ30i is based on the SJ30-2 airframe
that was certified in 2005. With the line
now under new ownership, Syberjet is
aiming to certify the SJ30i for deliveries
starting in the first quarter of 2021.
The 12 PSI cabin will offer sea-level
pressure up to 41,000ft and 1,800ft
pressure at 49,000ft. The standard cabin
features four seats and a lavatory seat
with full back, along with folding tables,
drink rail and storage cabinets. There will
be six standard schemes, but customers
can interchange colours, upgrade to
bespoke trim and finish, and add veneer
to certain surfaces. There will be options
for IFE servers and connectivity including
satcom, Gogo wi-fi and moving maps.
The original HondaJet was updated in
2018 with options including two-tone
leather seat upholstery, a galley with
a coffee maker and a belted lavatory.
The company also worked to reduce
cabin sound and added a speakerless
‘immersive’ audio system option
developed with Bongiovi Aviation.
The standard cabin layout features
four seats, with the option of adding
a fifth side-facing seat opposite the
main entry door, and a belted lavatory.
Other options include an externally
serviceable flushing toilet, and a
solid surface vanity that can be
complemented with a cobalt sink.
Skylights in the lavatory are standard.
Passengers can control temperature,
audio, lighting and window shade
adjustments from their PEDs.