Nextant Aerospace will display a Nextant 400XTi private jet in the static display at the JetExpo in Moscow, which runs from 4-6 September 2014.
FortAero, Nextant’s exclusive sales agent for Russia and CIS, says it is seeing significant interest in the remanufactured light jet.
Nextant launched in Russia last June by appointing FortAero Baltic Business Aviation Alliance as its exclusive sales agent in Russia and the CIS. At the same time FortAero placed an order for two 400XTi light jets.
Vadim Opryshko, CEO of FortAero, says: “After operating both aircraft for nine months – and with over 800 hours flown – we are confident that the Nextant 400XTi is perfectly suited for this market.”
“The 400XTi’s have been to Sochi for the Olympics, to out-of-the-way cities such as Khabarovsk, and to countries such as Japan, the Maldives and most recently South Korea. We have provided charter services to a great variety of clients for leisure and business and have seen some significant interest from potential buyers,” adds Opryshko.
The Nextant 400XTi has a range of 3,710 km, flying from Moscow to Novosibirsk or Tashkent or to London or Nice without refueling. The company also sees great potential for its Nextant G90XT turboprop.
In January 2013, Corporate Jet Investor had the opportunity to fly in a Nextant private jet. You can watch a video of the flight below:
http://www.corporatejetinvestor.com/articles/nextant-400xti-jetexpo-410/ Terry Spruce
It’s hardly an exaggeration to say that over the past few years, the Russian business aviation market has been a source of demand for the charter sector. Even during turbulent times – both economically and politically – the Russian market continues to perform well