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Hawker 400xp Aircraft Flight Manual on 2040-parts.com

US $90.00
Location:

Copenhagen , Denmark

Copenhagen , Denmark
Condition:New Aircraft Type:Aircraft Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Make:Beechcraft

Hawker Beechcraft 
Beechjet 400A - Hawker 400XP

FAA Approved Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) 

Published in 2011 by Hawker Beechcraft Corporation. 

- FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY - 

Contains following: 

- GENERAL
- LIMITATIONS
- EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
- ABNORMAL PROCEDURES
- NORMAL PROCEDURES
- PERFOMANCE
- WEIGHT AND  BALANCE/ EQUIPMENT LIST
- SUPPLEMENTS
- FAA APPROVED SUPPLEMENTS
- FLIGHT PLANNING DATA





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