Textron Aviation has delivered its first fully configured Hawker 400XPR.

The aircraft, which is owned by a Seattle-based company, was upgraded at Textron’s Wichita Service Center with new winglets, Williams International FJ-44 engines, a refurbished interior and a new paint scheme. It is joining the operator’s corporate fleet that supports seaport operations around the world.

On the Hawker 400XPR program, customers have been able to choose among upgrade elements, which the company has been certifying one at a time. Certifications were completed in late 2016.

Upgrading with the winglets and new FJ44-4A-32 engines is a combination that, according to Textron, provides a 33% range increase and improvements in runway and hot-and-high performance.

The Hawker 400XPR has a range of 2,160 nm with four passengers and can climb directly to 45,000 ft. in 19 min. at maximum takeoff weight. Customers may choose to retain the existing Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 avionics or upgrade to the Pro Line 21 or Garmin G5000 system.