Nextant Aerospace was founded in 2007 for the primary purpose of developing an aircraft modernization program. The company is credited with being the first to introduce the concept of aircraft remanufacturing to the business jet market. The Nextant 400XT is a remanufactured Beechjet 400A/XP equipped with the Williams FJ44-3AP engines and Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21™ integrated avionics suite. The new aircraft also benefits from significant aerodynamic enhancements including newly designed nacelles, pylons and an improved engine mounting configuration. The 400XT is delivered as a new aircraft with a two-year, full aircraft warranty. Nextant’s design and manufacturing facility is located in Cleveland, Ohio, at the Cuyahoga County Airport. For more information, please visit www.nextantaerospace.com, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter @nextantaero or join us on LinkedIn.
LAS VEGAS, October 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Nextant Aerospace will convert the entire TMC Hawker 400XP fleet Conversion deal is for up to 50 aircraft valued at $202.5 million More than 100...
Nextant Aerospace Announces that CAE Training Program for 400XT Business Jet Operators is Ready in Dallas/Fort Worth
Training for 400XT operators will be available at CAE's facility at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Texas, and will begin following FAA qualification of the FFS in November.
Upon receiving its last STC, which is expected in the next 10 business days, the Nextant 400XT will become the only remanufactured business jet to be certified by both the EASA and the FAA.