Nextant Aerospace

Nextant Introduces Its Remanufactured King Air

The Beechcraft King Air is among private aviation’s most tried-and-true turboprops, with roots of the Model 90 variant dating as far back as the early 1960s. Of Beechcraft’s current King Air models—350i, 350ER, 250, and C90GTx—the C90GTx is the smallest and least powerful, and according to members of Robb Report’s Private Aviation Advisory Board, it […]

Show Business

The annual European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE), held in May in Geneva, served as the stage for Bombardier to present a new super-midsize jet and for Pilatus, a company that has been producing planes for more than seven decades, to announce that it was building its first jet. Also during the three-day event, […]

Innovative Aviation Options

A range of diverse and innovative products were unveiled at this year’s annual European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition in Geneva. While the market is improving, especially in the United States, the climate is challenging in other regions, like Europe. Thus, competition for buyers is fierce. The manufacturers also must compete against their own earlier […]

Aviation: Next Up

Flight Options clients who travel in one of the company’s Nextant 400XTs might find the light jet familiar if they have ever flown in a Beechjet 400A or Hawker 400XP. Nextant Aerospace, an aircraft-remanufacturing company based in Cleveland, is refitting these models with new avionics and new engines to create the 400XT—a faster, longer-range, and […]