The Hawker 1000A, also known as the model BAe 125-1000A, is a twin-engine midsized corporate jet produced by the British Aircraft Corporation, later Raytheon, and today Hawker Beechcraft. The Hawker 1000A is one of the latest additions to the British Aerospace's DH/HS/BAE-125 series aircraft. Based on the Hawker 800, the Hawker 1000A has seven passenger windows per side, whereas the Hawker 800 has six, and features a fuselage stretch of 2.9 ft (0.84 m), allowing seating for up to 15 passengers. The Hawker 1000A has other upgraded features including an external baggage door which allows access to the internal rear baggage bay, upgraded Pratt & Whitney Canada PW305 turbofan engines equipped with a Full Authority Digital Electronic Control (FADEC) system, and the Honeywell SPZ-8000 suite EFIS with dual Inertial Reference System for navigation. When compared to other midsize jets, the Hawker 1000A stands out by its superior value, advanced performance, and luxury comfort.