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  • Hawker Beechcraft breaks off talks with Chinese buyer, dumps Hawker product line

    News | 18 Oct 2012 14:39 | Stephen Trimble

    Hawker Beechcraft announced on Thursday that it has broken off talks with a possible Chinese buyer and will seek to dispose of the Hawker jet line as it...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Hawker-Beechcraft-breaks-off-talks-with-Chinese-buyer-dumps-Hawker-product-line-377809/
  • Latin appeal

    News | 12 Apr 2004 23:00

    <p>The second LABACE exhibition in S&atilde;o Paulo this week will be staged before a prosperous Latin American business aircraft audience avid for new sales</p> <p>The second annual Latin American Business Aviation Conference &amp; Exhibition (LABACE) will be held this week in a climate of cautious optimism, fuelled by a business aircraft community hungry for new sales from this historically lucrative region.</p> <p>LABACE, a partnership between the US National Business Aviation Association and its Brazilian equivalent ABAG, is returning to the Transamerica Expo Centre in S&atilde;o Paulo from 15-17 April and looks set to exceed last year's inaugural turnout. "We expect a 30% increase both for attendees and exhibitors," says ABAG executive director Adalberto Febeliano. Last year they totalled 2,900 and 88 respectively. The static display at S&atilde;o Paulo Congonhas airport will feature around 20 aircraft.</p> <p>All the major business jet manufacturers, Bombardier, Cessna, Dassauhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Latin-appeal-180344/
  • Light on horizon

    News | 29 Sep 2003 23:00

    <p>GUY NORRIS / LOS ANGELES / CUTAWAY BY GIUSEPPE PICARELLA AND TIM HALL</p> <p>When Raytheon's new super-mid sized business jet enters service next year, it will have been eight years in the coming. Has it been worth the wait?</p> <p>Around a year from now, Raytheon's Hawker Horizon super mid-sized business jet will be poised for service entry. Launched into a virtually untapped market as far back as November 1996, the big question is will the new jet be worth the wait? Raytheon's Horizon team, not surprisingly, believes the answer is an unequivocal yes. </p> <p>Not only will the handsome Horizon bolster the growing Hawker line-up, but it comes bristling with advanced yet proven features to tackle a potential market niche of around 1,000 aircraft, valued at more than $17.6 billion over the next decade.</p> <p>Although there are several competitors in the super mid-size market, not least Bombardier's Challenger 300 and Gulfstream's G200, Raytheon remains committed to the project, whttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Light-on-horizon-171927/
  • Hawker milestone

    News | 16 Apr 1996 23:00

    <p>Raytheon Aircraft has delivered the 900th Hawker business jet with the hand-over of the 17th Hawker 1000 for Executive Jet Aviation's NetJets fractional-ownership programme. The Hawker series started as the de Havilland DH.125, becoming the Hawker Siddeley HS.125, then the British Aerospace 125, before its sale to Raytheon. </p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Hawker-milestone-17265/