Company news

18 2009

18 of August The Aviation day


19 2009

Independent audit and analysis of the possible form of Hawker 1000 aircraft operation within the territory of the Russian Federation


14 2009

BJet representatives visited annual business aviation exhibition EBACE 2009 which was held from 12-th till 14-th of May in Geneva, Switzerland



On February 8, 1980, Beech Aircraft Corporation becomes a subsidiary of Raytheon Company. In August 1993, Raytheon Company acquired Raytheon Corporate Jets (formerly British Aerospace Corporate Jets), producers of the midsized Hawker jet line, from British Aerospace. In mid-September of 1994, Beech Aircraft Corporation ("Beechcraft") and Raytheon Corporate Jets merged to form Raytheon Aircraft.

Ending months of industry speculation; Raytheon announced in July 2006 that it intends to sell its money-losing aircraft manufacturing business in an effort to focus on core defense related divisions. The Raytheon name and logo were almost invisible at recent trade shows such as NBAA 2006 as the company attempted to re-brand itself behind the Beechcraft and Hawker names.

Below you shall see most popular models of produced aircraft.

Premier I Hawker 400XP

Hawker 800XP Hawker 850XP

Hawker 4000