The GE H75 marks a step up in performance and economy from previous turboprops in its class. The engines operate at higher temperatures and pressures than the competition, which translates into lower fuel burn and higher power output, even in high and hot conditions. Maintenance costs are lower too, thanks to the unique simplified design, advanced manufacturing techniques, and lower TBO cycles that do not require hot section inspections. The cockpit is enhanced with an all-new electronic engine control (EEC), full auto-start capability and direct interface with the aircraft avionics system to further ease pilot workload. The Nextant G90XT will be the first aircraft in the world to feature the EEC. This groundbreaking innovation allows for single lever power control of both the engine and the propeller.
The Nextant G90XT will feature a specifically developed enhanced Garmin G1000 integrated flight instrument system. The uncluttered instrument panel features 3 large landscape oriented LCD screens (two primary flight displays and one oversized multi-function display).