2007 Raytheon 390 Premier IA

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The Raytheon 390 Premier IA is a light business jet aircraft developed and produced by Raytheon Aircraft. It was first announced in 1998, and was a stretched and upgraded version of the Beechcraft Premier I, which was itself based on the Beechcraft King Air C90. The Premier IA was designed to offer better performance and more range than the Premier I model, as well as increased passenger comfort. The aircraft is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW545B turbofan engines, and can carry up to eight passengers. The cabin can be configured to include a variety of seating and amenities, including a fully enclosed lavatory, a galley, and a variety of entertainment options. The aircraft has a maximum range of 1,925 nautical miles, and can reach speeds of up to 456 mph.


  • Total Hours: 1,735.6 (as of 10/20/2022)
  • Total Landings: 1,431
  • Engines: Williams FJ44-2A
  • #1
  • Total Hours: 1,735.6
  • Engine Cycles: 1,431
  • Serial Numbers: 105266
  • #2
  • Total Hours: 1,735.6
  • Engine Cycles: 1,431
  • Serial Numbers: 105262
  • Major Collins Modernization upgrade performed in August 2018 at Textron Aviation in Wichita, Kansas to include complying with SB 34-4007 Rockwell Collins FMS-3000 and SB 34-4009 Rockwell Collins DBU-5000
  • New XM WR-1000
  • New DBU-5000
  • Collins Pro Line 21 Avionics w/3-Tube 10x8 inch EFIS Displays
  • Dual VHF-4000 digital VHF Comm Transceivers
  • Single Nav-4000 VHF Nav Receiver
  • Single Nav-4500 Nav Receiver
  • Honeywell Mark V EGPWS
  • Dual TDR-94D Mode S Transponders
  • FMS-3000 w/GPS 4000S (WAAS/LPV)
  • ALT-4000 Radio Altimeter
  • WXR-800 Radar
  • Flight Guidance System FGC-3000 Autopilot
  • Dual CDU-3000 Control Display Units
  • DME-4000
  • MD-3110 Maintenance Diagnostic Computer
  • CVR L3 Communications FA2100
  • RJ-45 FMS and File Server Access Jack

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