Nextant Aerospace expands its service centre network


Nextant 400XTi

Nextant Aerospace appoints Four Points Aero Services to its service centre network.
First Australian registered Nextant 400XTi

Nextant 400XTi.

Nextant Aerospace has appointed Dallas-based company, Four Points Aero Services to its global network of service centres.

Four Points Aero Services islocated at Dallas Love Field and is the 12th service centre to join Nextant’s network.

Nextant has seen a big improvement in the US domestic market and has decided to accelerate its domestic expansion programme. Last year, the company signed a $202.5 million fleet conversion order with TMC.

Tony Kurpely, director of Global Product Support at Nextant, said: “The appointment of Four Points reflects our growing customer base and expanding requirements for first-rate engineering support in the US.”

“We are currently achieving better than 95 per cent dispatch reliability with an average AOG downtime of just seven hours. We have built a global customer service infrastructure to achieve those targets and we are proud to welcome Four Points into the Nextant family,” adds Kurpely.

John Burnum, director of sales at Four Points Aero Services, said: “Nextant remanufacturing is a game changer in business aviation, as demonstrated by the company’s global sales success. We are happy to be a part of that and to join their dynamically expanding network of service centres.”

Nextant Aerospace re-manufactures business jets and turboprops, the company currently has the Nextant 400XTi business jet and the Nextant G90XT turboprop.

Founded in 2007, Nextant is a Directional Aviation Capital company based in Cleveland, Ohio.