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|Position||Both sides of rear fuselage|
|Landing gear||Tricycle retractable|
Twin turbofan executive jet. In service since 1977 (800 since 1984). Recent version of the worlds longest running corporate-jet program (DH-125, HS-125, BAe-125-700, BAe-125-800). US-Mil. type: C-29. The original Bae 125-800 type has been improved and sold to RAYTHEON, USA, now designated Hawker 800 (new developments: Hawker 850SP, 850XP). Over 1000 aircraft were built in all versions.
|Wing span||15.7 m51.509 ft|
|Length||15.6 m51.181 ft|
|Height||5.4 m17.717 ft|
|Powerplant||700: 2 x 16.6kN Garrett TFE 731-3-RH turbofans.
800: 2 x 20.7kN Garrett TFE 731-5BR-1H turbofans.
|Engine model||Garrett TFE731|
(to 5000 ft)
|MACH Climb||Cruise||Initial Descent
|V2 (IAS)||kts||IAS||kts||IAS||kts||IAS||kts||MACH||TAS||463 kts||MACH||IAS||kts||IAS||kts||Vapp (IAS)||kts|
|Distance||1645 m||ROC||3100 ft/min||ROC||ft/min||ROC||ft/min||ROC||ft/min||MACH||0.86||ROD||ft/min||ROD||ft/min||MCS||kts||Distance||1250 m|
|MTOW|| 1243012,430 kg
12.43 tonnes kg
|WTC||M||Range|| 30003,000 nm
18,228,346.47 ft NM
Accidents & Serious Incidents involving H25B
- H25B, vicinity Kerry Ireland, 2015 (On 16 June 2015, the crew of a US-operated HS125 on a commercial air transport flight failed to continue climbing as cleared to FL200 after take off from Kerry for a transatlantic flight and instead levelled at 2000 feet on track towards higher terrain. Prompt ATC recognition of the situation and intervention to direct an immediate climb resolved the imminent CFIT risk. The Investigation found that the two pilots involved had, despite correct readback, interpreted their clearance to flight level two hundred as being to two thousand feet and then failed to seek clarification from ATC when they became confused.)
- H25B, vicinity Owatonna MN USA, 2008 (On 31 July 2008, the crew of an HS125-800 attempted to reject a landing at Owatonna MN after a prior deployment of the lift dumping system but their aircraft overran the runway then briefly became airborne before crashing. The aircraft was destroyed and all 8 occupants were killed. The Investigation attributed the accident to poor crew judgement and general cockpit indiscipline in the presence of some fatigue and also considered that it was partly consequent upon the absence of any regulatory requirement for either pilot CRM training or operator SOP specification for the type of small aircraft operation being undertaken.)