The Nextant 400XT/XTi is an aircraft that has been re-engineered from the original airframe of the Hawker/ Beechjet 400A aircraft. The Nextant 400XT/XTi offers all of the benefits of a new, modern aircraft, but with lower operating costs. This results in an 88% new aircraft with increased speed, range and efficiency. The aircraft has Williams FJ44-3AP FADEC engines with Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics. The Nextant 400XT/ XTi also has its own APU (Auxillary Power Unit), for minimal ground support.
The Nextant 400XT model was introduced in 2011, with the updated Nextant 400XTi following in 2013 with an improved and more spacious cabin shell and greater noise insulation. The updated Nextant 400XTi offers improvements also in aerodynamics, and features such as raked winglets with distinctive LED lighting, which add visual appeal as well as performance by reducing drag.
Comfort & Size
Seating up to 8 passengers, the Nextant 400XT/XTi has a highly-modern interior, with the latest Collins Venue cabin management. The seating configuration offers a three-seat divan sofa, four club seats and an additional toilet seat. The interior is elegantly designed with the Collins Venue system offering latest audio and video experience for on-board HD entertainment, as well as individual passenger controls for cabin lighting and temperature setting.
-Passenger capacity of up to 8 people
-Collins Venue cabin management system
-Large baggage carrying facility
-Refreshment centre, with hot and cold drinks area