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BAe SSBJ and HS.125-800 projects

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Hmmm, why the t-tail? The real Hs.125-800 (Hawker/Raytheon 800) kept the same tail the Hs.125 had from the beginning, of course.
 

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Re: BAe SSBJ

hesham said:
Hi,
the BAe SSBJ of 1986 was designed for the future as business jet
supersonic aircraft project [...]
http://www.flightglobal.com/PDFArchive/View/1986/1986%20-%202306.html

Larger & in colour by Volare. :)
That artist's impression was also published in the German magazine Flug-Revue, March 1989, page 40.
The Italian magazine "Volare" was a subsidiary company of Flug-Revue as it says in the picture caption.

Picture source: Flug-Revue - Geschwindingkeit hat ihren Preis, March1989, page 40-42
 

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Mini concorde ? interesting, too bad that the supersonic civilian aircraft were always excesively expensive specially in the develpment stage.
 

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BAe 125-800 proposal from 1979. RB 401-07 engines.

Only parts common to 125-700 were tail cone and nose wheel.

In the end they went for a cheaper re-working of the -700, which became the actual -800.
 

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