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Mitsubishi Diamond
Raytheon-Beech 400 Beechjet

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Mitsubishi first flew the MU-300 business jet on 29 August 1978.

In 1985 Raytheon acquired the marketing rights to the Mitsubishi Diamond, renaming it the Beech 400 Beechjet.  Still marketed by Raytheon, this aircraft has been renamed the Hawker 400.

The U.S. Air Force has acquired the Beechjet to train cargo and tanker pilots under the designation T-1 Jayhawk.






Type: Corporate
Seats: 2 crew and 7 passengers
Engine: two 2,965 lb (13.2 kN) thrust Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-5 turbofans
MU-300 Mitsubishi designation
400: Raytheon-Beech designation
T-1: U.S. Air Force trainer designation (named Jayhawk)

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