Nextant Aerospace’s 400NEXT On Display at Teterboro Airport

400NEXT on Static Display at NBAA Event Booth 109

RICHMOND HEIGHTS, OHIO — May 25, 2010 – Nextant Aerospace will have their 400NEXT aircraft on display at the NBAA Regional Business Aviation Forum June 10th at Teterboro Airport. The static display will be from 9am-4pm and the 400NEXT will be located at Booth 109.

“We are pleased to be taking our demonstration aircraft, fully equipped with the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21™ flight deck upgrade in the cockpit and the Rockwell Collins Venue™ high-definition cabin management system in the cabin, out on several upcoming roadshows. This gives our customers a great opportunity to see first hand the upgrades Nextant is bringing to light jet market.” said Jim Miller, President Nextant Aerospace.

The Nextant Aerospace 400NEXT was designed to overcome significant limitations to the popular Hawker Beechjet 400A/400XP.  By replacing the existing out dated Pratt & Whitney JT15D engines with the new modern fuel efficient Williams International FJ44-3AP computer controlled engines and incorporating the new Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21™ avionics suite, the range of the 400NEXT will be increased from 1333 nautical miles to over 2000 nautical miles (4 passenger, NBAA IFR range).  In addition to a 30% reduction in operating costs based on fuel savings alone.

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About Nextant Aerospace

Nextant Aerospace was formed for the primary purpose of developing an aircraft modernization program.  In 2007, Nextant launched their first aircraft retrofit program the 400NEXT. The 400NEXT includes three major upgrades to the Beechjet 400A/XP. These include upgrading the flight deck with a Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21™ avionics suite, replacing the P&W JT15D engines with Williams FJ44-3AP engines, and aerodynamic enhancements including nacelles, pylons and an improved engine mounting configuration. Nextant’s Service Center Network consists of two maintenance and overhaul facilities at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) and Birmingham International Airport (BHM) and a design and manufacturing facility located at Cuyahoga County Airport (CGF).   For more information, please visit

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