You’d think it would sell itself
Hamish Harding, owner of Sino Swearingen SJ30-2 Serial No. 7 and chairman of Action Aviation, is here at the EBACE static display showing off his airplane’s attributes. The company, based at London Luton Airport, is an SJ30-2 distributor. Two SJ30-2s are currently flying, but production is on hiatus pending further funding of the program. Harding has logged 400 hours in SJ30-2s thus far. Serial No. 7 has logged 98 hours. The SJ30-2 can fly at up to Mach 0.83 or fly 2,500 nm at Mach 0.78. The jet’s 12-psi cabin pressurization system maintains sea level cabin altitude up to 41,000 feet. The interior of Harding’s SJ30-2 offers comfortable club seating for four passengers, and a fifth passenger can sit in the right seat as the SJ30-2 is certified for single-pilot operations.