The 1986 Hawker 800A is a mid-size, twin-engine corporate jet designed and built by British Aerospace, now known as BAE Systems. It is part of the Hawker 800 series, which has a reputation for its reliability, performance, and comfort. The Hawker 800A is powered by twin Honeywell TFE731-5R-1H turbofan engines, which provide excellent power and efficiency. The aircraft has a maximum range of approximately 2,700 nautical miles and can fly at a maximum speed of approximately 440 knots. The Hawker 800A features a spacious and luxurious cabin that can accommodate up to eight passengers. The cabin is designed with comfort and convenience in mind, with advanced soundproofing, climate control, and entertainment systems. The aircraft also features advanced avionics, including a Collins Pro Line II glass cockpit with integrated GPS and weather radar. With its advanced features, performance capabilities, and luxurious amenities, the Hawker 800A remains a popular choice among corporate jet operators and private jet owners.