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Nextant Aerospace to unveil newly designed G90XT cabin

Posted 1 November 2016 · Add Comment

Nextant Aerospace, which builds the 400XTi unveiled a newly designed G90XT cabin at the 2016 NBAA in Orlando, Florida today.

The redesigned cabin is available in three options, and features multiple upgrades including a new acoustic package, environmental system, and newly designed seat with full articulation. 

Similar to its 400XTi counterpart, the G90XT interior begins with an advanced composite interior shell that significantly increases cabin volume and dimensions in terms of both height and width.  

The interior also offers an entirely new acoustic and thermal insulation package that lowers ambient cabin noise at altitude by 50%.

Nextant works in colaberation with its sister company, Constant Aviation to design and build all of their interiors.

Jay Heublein, executive vice president for Nextant Aerospace, advised, “The new G90XT cabin brings a level of refinement to this airframe that consumers have been seeking. The interior was designed with owner operators specifically in mind, understanding that many times, their expectations are above and beyond what a corporate flight department would typically look for in terms of bespoke finishes and enhanced utilization of available space that better meets the needs of their individual travel patterns. Everywhere there was a shortcoming with the predecessor plane, the Nextant design team created a solution that has finally delivered the potential this airframe has long been seeking.”

 

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