Nextant Aerospace Blog, Informing You About What's Next
Nextant Aerospace Begins 2013 With International Tour
- Created on Friday, 15 February 2013 14:34
2013 promises to be an important year for Nextant’s global expansion. Since early January, Sean McGeough, the company’s president, has been on an international tour promoting the Nextant Aerospace 400XT throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Nextant Aerospace Recommends Best Apps for your 400XT
- Created on Monday, 10 September 2012 09:17
Every Nextant customer receives an Apple iPad upon delivery, which is equipped with apps chosen by our chief pilot to make your flying experience even simpler. iPad’s promote paperless flying for pilots, keeping the cockpit clutter free and allowing easy access to all of the 400XT flight manuals via searchable PDF’s. However, your iPad is more than just a tool for pilots, it also provides inflight entertainment. Its seamless integration with cabin Wi-Fi allows you to download music, books, movies, and also browse the latest apps.
The 400XT Facts
- Created on Friday, 24 August 2012 17:26
In an extremely short period of time, Nextant has become a significant player in the global business aviation marketplace. This week alone, we announced our first significant fleet order for the Asian market and delivered our first aircraft that will be listed on the European registry!
Nextant Aerospace to Attend LABACE 2012
- Created on Thursday, 02 August 2012 14:38
June and July have been our busiest months to-date with three deliveries in the month of July alone!
The 400XT recently returned from a tour of South Africa with our exclusive African dealership partner, National Airways Corporation (NAC). NAC was the first charter company in South Africa, and today is the largest general aviation company on the African continent. As part of the tour, the 400XT was displayed at the Durban Airshow, which provided yet another forum to showcase the 400XT’s unparalleled abilities. The 400XT demonstrated its exceptional short field performance at the Virginia Airport both landing and taking off from a runway under 3,300ft. Feedback was positive, and many remarked that the 400XT’s 3,713 km (2,005 nautical mile) range will enable travelers to reach major destinations throughout Africa without stopping. One attendee even remarked, “I didn’t think that kind of range was available in any aircraft costing four million dollars.” They were right; the 400XT provides the sort of range usually seen on aircraft costing upwards of seven to eight million dollars.