Nextant Aerospace comes to EBACE with its “as-new” 400XTi remanufactured business jet to promote the aircraft and to highlight developments with its next product, the G90XT. Based on the Hawker Beechjet 400A/XP, the 400XTi is a zero-lifed machine that has been remanufactured with new engines, avionics, cabin and aerodynamic improvements to match or exceed its new-build competitors in terms of performance and cabin comfort, yet at around half the price.
Florida-based business aviation aftermarket parts provider CRS Jet Spares (Booth 3243) is revamping its reward program, based on gift cards, for “increased accessibility and increased options for customers.” CRS Jet Spares specializes in Learjet, Hawker, Gulfstream, Beechjet, Falcon, Astra, Challenger and Global Express support. “We wanted to express our gratitude in an easy access, organized manner, that all would appreciate,” said CEO Armando Leighton.
Nextant Aerospace announced today at ABACE 2014 that it selected Avic International Aero-Development as its exclusive sales representative for Greater China, which includes mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau. This follows Nextant’s appointment of Nextant Pacific as its dealer in the Asia-Pacific region, exclusive of Greater China.
Nextant Aerospace is announcing today at ABACE 2014 that it has selected AVIC International Aero-Development as its exclusive sales representative for the Greater China region (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau). This follows Nextant’s appointment of Nextant Pacific as its dealer in the Asia-Pacific region (not including Greater China).
Nextant Aerospace (Booth P713) has expanded its marketing reach with the appointment of newly formed Nextant Pacific as its dealer in the Asia Pacific region. Nextant Pacific is headquartered in Sydney, Australia, and was founded in February by managing director John Oppenheim, who previously was sales manager for Hawker Pacific.
Directional Capital’s Air Services subsidiary now provides hydrostatic services for oxygen bottles, nitrogen bottles and fire extinguishers. The company expanded its composite and accessory facility by 5,000 sq ft to house this new capability. Air Services has locations at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Las Vegas International Airport and Birmingham International Airport.
Nextant Aerospace is showing its 400XTi remanufactured light business jet for the first time at Singapore, while the company is also promoting its forthcoming G90XT remanufactured twin-turboprop. Based on the Beechjet 400A/XP and King Air C90, respectively, the 400XTi and 90XT offer performance and efficiencies that match or exceed those of comparable new-build aircraft, but at roughly half the price.
Cutter Aviation’s Phoenix facility has been selected by Beechcraft as an authorized service center (ASC) for the Beechjet/Hawker 400XP series. Cutter became an ASC for the King Air turboprop line and Beechcraft’s piston-powered Bonanza and Baron earlier this year. Cutter also holds ASC status for the Baron and Bonanza in Addison, Texas, and for the King Airs and piston aircraft at its Albuquerque, N.M. facility. Beechcraft is supporting its jet lines, even though they are out of production.
Beechcraft announced that Textron has agreed to acquire Beech Holdings, the parent of Beechcraft Corp., for approximately $1.4 billion in cash. Under the terms of the transaction, Textron will acquire the Hawker 4000 and Premier IA type certificates.
Textron and Beechcraft Corp. announced late yesterday that Textron has agreed to acquire Beech Holdings, LLC, the parent of Beechcraft Corp., for approximately $1.4 billion in cash. This confirms rumors swirling over the past few months.