Interior Configuration/PAX: Executive for 6 passengers
Seating: Light beige leather seating
Refreshment: Forward RS refreshment cabinet
Cabinetry/Wood: Executive writing tables
Storage: Baggage cabinet
Lavatory: Private aft lav.
Features The Premier I light business jet was the first all new business jet built by Raytheon Aircraft from an original design and is the first in a family of business jets, which feature an all-composite fuselage and swept aluminum wing design. Raytheon started the design of the Premier I in 1994,completed its first flight in 1998 and received FAA certification in 1999. The aircraft has two Williams FJ44-2A turbofan engines delivering 2300 lbs. of thrust each.
Avionics & Maintenance Avionics system.
The Premier 1 Model 390 is fitted with a Rockwell Collins Proline 21 fully integrated avionics system. It includes an Integrated Avionics Processor System (IAPS), which is designed to interconnect and manage the aircraftâs various avionics sub-systems. There are eight sub-systems: an Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS), an Engine Indicating System (EIS), an Air Data System (ADS), an Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS), a Flight Guidance System (FGS), a Flight Management System (FMS), a Radio Sensor System (RSS) and a Weather Radar System (WXR). The IAPS also contains a Maintenance Diagnostic Computer (MDC) module, which monitors the sub-systems and stores diagnostic data in non-volatile memory.
The EFIS consists of three large colour displays, two Primary Flight Displays (PFD1 and PFD2) and a Multifunction Display (MFD), and two display control panels, one for each pilotâs display. The PFDs show attitude, navigation/compass, flight control, air data (altitude, airspeed and vertical speed), and TCAS advisory functions.
Avionics enrolled on CASP
Engines enrolled on TAP Blue