The freedom and efficiency of a light jet. Performance near a mid-size. The SJ30 is truly in an uncompromising class of its own.
Leave later. Arrive early.
The SJ30 flies faster than any other light jet. Exhilarating climbs and shorter flight times powered by Willaims International engines allow you to accomplish more on the ground.
Breakfast in New York.
Lunch in L.A.
The SJ30 flies farther than any other light business jet, giving you unparalleled flexibility and agility in your business and personal life. Its range of 2,500 nautical miles means you can fly nonstop from Los Angeles to New York or across the North Atlantic.Interactive Range Map
A private drive in the sky.
With a maximum altitude of 49,000 feet, SJ30 offers you the freedom to fly above weather, to avoid traffic congestion and to take a more direct route to your destination.
Lighter on the wallet.
The SJ30 is certified by the FAA for single pilot operation and is up to 25% more fuel efficient than other high performance jets, providing you with greater distance per gallon and fewer aircraft cycles.
The finest materials and detailed craftsmanship create a signature cabin to suit your personal taste.
The perfect atmosphere.
SJ30 maintains sea level cabin pressure up to 41,000 feet. You will travel in comfort, arriving fresh and ready to engage.
The SJ30 features SyberVision™ avionics by Honeywell. SyberVision™ is sophisticated, intuitive, and intelligent in single- or dual-pilot operations.
A pilot's cockpit
SyberVision™ features the SmartView™ synthetic vision system (SVS), interactive navigation (INAV™) displays, electronic charts and maps, dual fully functional flight management systems (FMS), and the options and flexibility to effectively meet new airspace mandates.
SyberVision features: Up to four 12-inch liquid crystal displays, standard SmartView™ synthetic vision system (SVS), INAV™ moving map display system, inertial reference system (IRS), electronics charts/maps, TCAS II, TAWS Level A, a single Inertial Reference System (IRS), synoptic displays, dual flight management systems (FMS) with dual WAAS GPS/LPV, onboard weather radar, full EICAS, aircraft system commands incorporated into the MFD, electronic checklists, envelope protections, DME, ADS-B Out, and 0.3nm RNP as well as support for FANS-1A, SmartLanding™, SmartTaxi™, SmartRunway™, TOLD, emergency descent mode, and RVSM operations. Options include; CPDLC, XM weather, flight data recorder, cockpit voice recorder, dual charts/maps, HF radio, SATCOM, ADS-B In, enhanced vision systems, and other customer specified items.
Seeing the clouds.
Honeywell's SmartView™ is internationally recognized for its breakthrough flight crew interface technology. It provides pilots with a clear depiction of the terrain and potential obstacles exactly as they would see them looking out the cockpit windscreen, regardless of outside weather conditions. SmartView™ provides the flight crew with information often found in larger jet HUDs, but presented in a traditional head down environment. The new HUD-like symbols include a flight path marker, a path-based flight director runway outline, acceleration cues, zero pitch line and runway lead-in line.
A pilot's perspective.
Honeywell's patent pending interactive navigation (INAV™) map system enables crews to update and modify flight plans, waypoint lists, and all navigation objects with its patented graphical flight planning capabilities. INAV™ merges navigation and sensor data onto a single display and layers information including terrain, traffic and weather to provide pilots unmatched situational awareness on a single display. Worldwide navigation data includes terrain, airports, airspace, airways, navaids and geopolitical boundaries.
SyberVision™ provides the pilot the availability to view approach, SID, and STAR charts directly on the MFD with geo-positioning for the ultimate in situational awareness. Charts are automatically loaded based on FMS data input by the pilot during flight planning.
Intuitive control & sensing.
SyberVision™ provides real-time presentation of systems information via easy to understand synoptic displays. Synoptic displays provide at-a-glance information that allows the pilot to manage and monitor systems, increasing situational awareness of the plane's health. Superior understanding of aircraft systems and potential maintenance issues allow for decreased troubleshooting and improved dispatch ability.
The look of high performance demands a double take. Sleek body lines and contours are accentuated by custom paint designs.
SJ30 is certified to FAR Part 23 Commuter Category.
|Overall Length||46.80 ft (14.26 m)|
|Overall Height||14.19 ft (4.33 m)|
|Wing Span||42.33 ft (12.90 m)|
|Internal Width||4.71 ft (1.44 m)|
|Internal Height||4.30 ft (1.31 m)|
|Cabin Length||12.45 ft (3.80 m)|
|Length from Forward to Aft Pressure Bulkhead||17.60 ft (5.36 m)|
|Cabin Door Width||2.67 ft (0.81 m)|
|Cabin Volume||190.6 cu ft (5.39 cu m)|
|Takeoff Distance||3,939 ft (1,200 m)||3,942 ft (1,201.5 m)|
|Typical V Speeds (At Maximum Takeoff Weights)||110 kts (204 km/hr)|
|Landing Distance (At Maximum Landing Weights)||2,585 ft (778 m)|
|Typical Landing Speeds (V) at MLW||102 kts (189 km/hr)|
|Stall Identification Speed (Landing Configuration at MLW)||93 KCAS (172 km/hr)|
|Rate of Climb (Enroute) - Two Engine||3,663 fpm (1,117 mpm)|
|Rate of Climb (OEI) - One Engine Inoperative||793 fpm (242 mpm)|
|Certification Ceiling||49,000 ft (14,935 m)|
|Single Engine Service Ceiling||25,800 (7,863 m)|
|Long Range||0.76M / 436 KTAS / 808 km/hr|
|High Speed||0.83M / 486 KTAS / 900 km/hr|
|NBAA IFR Range with 100 nm Alternate - M 0.76 (1 pilot + 2 passengers; passenger/pilot at 200 lbs each)||2,500 nm (4,630 km)||2,575 nm (4,769 km)|
|NBAA IFR Range with 100 nm Alternate Range - MCT (1 pilot + 3 passengers; passenger/pilot at 200 lbs each)||2,129 nm (3,943 km)||TBD|
|Maximum Operating Speeds1|
|Airspeed – VMO (Sea Level to 29,500 ft)||320 kts (593 km/hr)|
|Mach – MMO (29,500 ft to 49,000 ft)||0.83 M|
|Flap Extension Speeds1|
|Flaps 10 (Takeoff/Approach)||200 kts (370 km/hr)|
|Flaps 20 (Takeoff/Approach)||200 kts (370 km/hr)|
|Flaps 31 (Landing)||170 kts (315 km/hr)|
|Landing Gear Operation1|
|VLE – (Extend)||225 kts (417 km/hr)|
|VLO – (Operating)||225 kts (417 km/hr)|
1 Speeds in indicated airspeed.
|Maximum Ramp Weight||14,050 lbs (6,373 kg)|
|Maximum Take-Off Weight||13,950 lbs (6,327 kg)|
|Maximum Landing Weight||12,725 lbs (5,772 kg)|
|Maximum Zero Fuel Weight||10,500 lbs (4,763 kg)|
|Standard Empty Weight2||8,500 lbs (3,856 kg)||8,600 lbs (3,901 kgs)|
|Maximum Fuel Capacity||4,850 lbs (713 gal US) (2,700 liters)|
2 Standard empty weight includes unusable fuel, standard avionics, standard interior, paint, first aid kit, flashlight, and oil.
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