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News: Nextant FAA Approved For 604XT ProLine Fusion® Upgrade

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  1. Nextant Aerospace FAA Approved For 604XT ProLine Fusion® Upgrade
    The remanufacturered Challenger 604XT by Nextant Aerospace is in the limelight once again but because of recent approval for the avionics upgrade. The upgrade which involves the ProLine Fusion® has been given the nod by American authorities via STC. "In collaboration with Rockwell Collins and Bombardier, we have maintained a carefully crafted plan to advance the steps required to receive the STC on schedule," said Mark O’Donnell, Nextant Aerospace Executive Vice President.
  2. The benefits of the upgrade to customers includes the touchscreen Pro Line Fusion®, Synthetic Vision with Airport Dome, WAAS/LVP, and ADS-B Out with the option to include Safe Flight AutoPower, FANS-1A and Link 2000+. The Challenger 604 by Bombardier is meticulously being upgraded and remanufacturered by Nextant Aerospace and the avionics upgrade represents completion of Phase 1 of this process. "With Phase I avionics transformation accomplished, we are accelerating our efforts on the interior cabin redesigns to increase functionality, enrich comfort and provide more customization options for clients," explained O’Donnell. "Clients may choose from multiple floor plan options to optimize interior space, modify cabin with composite shell integrated with LED lighting, select oversized executive tables and more." He continued, “we have three aircraft in-house ready for installation, plus seven more scheduled before year end. The first customer delivery is slated for early December. With more than 25 installations pre-sold, customer interest and market demand has been phenomenal for the Pro Line Fusion® upgrade.”

    For more information:

    Nextant Aerospace,
    355 Richmond Road,
    Cleveland, Ohio 44143 USA
    www.nextantaerospace.com

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