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TAG to fly 400XT for Swiss private owner
The second 400XT aircraft to be accepted for European registration will soon be delivered to a private buyer in Switzerland and will be managed by TAG Aviation, says Nextant Aerospace.

The second 400XT aircraft to be accepted for European registration will soon be delivered to a private buyer in Switzerland and will be managed by TAG Aviation, says Nextant Aerospace. Achieving EASA certification is expected imminently, as the first deliveries of the 400XT are being made to Europe.

To date, 40 per cent of all 400XT sales have come from outside of North America, with a substantial portion of those from the Eurozone.

"Last year, we announced final FAA certification of the Nextant 400XT in the US. Now we are proud to be closing in on a comparable approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency, which will immediately make the 400XT available for service throughout Europe," says Kenneth C Ricci, founder and chief executive officer of Nextant Aerospace. "The 400XT is truly a business jet for the European traveller because of its exceptional range. We are confident that this approval will further boost sales in Europe – already proven to be one of its strongest markets."

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