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Aircraft Guide: Midsize Jets
Hawker 125/800(XP)/750/850/900XP (8 Seats) This fabulous aircraft, with its very comfortable stand up cabin, is a direct descendent of the Hawker Siddley 125 range of aircraft. Now built by Raytheon, the 125-800 is an extremely safe and well-tested airframe, with a full forward galley and rear enclosed lavatory, and very comfortable seating for 8. The aircraft is usually available for charter with a flight attendant. One configuration includes a comfortable three seat sofa. The XP variant offers an increased range and very modern flight crew instrumentation (avionics), together with a number of safety enhancements.
Cabin Width 6ft (1.83m)
Cabin Height 5ft 9 inches (1.75m)
Cabin Length 21ft 4 inches (6.50m)
Baggage Capacity 58ft3 (2.09m3)
Typical Range 2,800nm
Learjet 60 (7-8 Seats) As part of the well known Learjet family of aircraft, the Lear 60 offers excellent levels of comfort: in particular it has a ‘stand up’ cabin. It has an excellent cruise speed of 514mph and is often available with the option of a flight attendant. The aircraft includes a large enclosed lavatory.
Cabin Width 5ft 11 inches (1.80m)
Cabin Height 5ft 8 inches(1.73m)
Cabin Length 17ft 8 inches (5.38m)
Baggage Capacity 60ft3 (1.70m3)
Typical Range 2,300 nm
Cessna Citation Excel / XLS / XLS+ (8-9 Seats) The Citation Excel is a very popular mid sized executive jet, offering comfortable seating fror up to 9 passengers, together with a large baggage compartment with plenty of room for skis, golf clubs and fairly large cases. It also has a good take off and landing performance, allowing use into a large number of smaller airports.
Cabin Width 5ft 7 inches (1.70m)
Cabin Height 5ft 8 inches(1.73m)
Cabin Length 18ft 7 inches (5.66m)
Baggage Capacity 87ft3(2.46m3)
Typical Range 1,858nm

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