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Nextant Aerospace, Constant Aviation, and Rockwell Collins launch NG 400XTi flight deck for Beechjet

Posted 30 September 2016 · Add Comment

Nextant Aerospace and Constant Aviation have partnered with Rockwell Collins to introduce the next generation 400XTi flight deck now available to Beechjet 400A/XP owners as a stand-alone upgrade.

 

“The market has been asking for a flight deck solution that not only addresses pending regulatory and obsolescence issues, but offers a high-tech platform with exceptional dispatch reliability,” said Jay Heublein, executive vice president for Nextant. “This cockpit solution meets those requirements in an extremely cost effective manor-both on the acquisition and sustainment side.”

The upgrade includes the only four-display option available in the industry –comprised of two Primary Flight Displays and two Multifunction Displays, Synthetic Vision System (SVS), WAAS/LPV, ADS-B Out, and the Nextant XTi glareshield modification.

The upgraded glareshield provides a “dark cockpit” evolution for the Beechjet 400A/XP. In addition to the enhanced features, the price includes all parts and labour, as well as a three-year warranty.

“For the Beechjet, Pro Line 21 injects a proven combination of modern LCD/LED technology, enhanced operational capabilities, and exceptional value” said Craig Olson, vice president and general manager, business and regional systems for Rockwell Collins. “Based on a strong record of performance and reliability across more than 5,200 Pro Line 21-equipped aircraft in service around the globe, this special upgrade incentive provides savings at the time of installation, and reduces avionics component removals and maintenance costs throughout the operating lifecycle.”

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