Nextant 400XT Initial


  • Identify and locate the major components associated with each system
  • Explain the purpose and the interface of the system and associated main components
  • Identify, locate, and describe the system controls in the aircraft
  • Explain the operation of each main system and its major components
  • Explain the maintenance requirements of each main system and its major components
  • Perform BITE function tests of components and/or other system respectively equipped
  • Describe, in detail, troubleshooting and isolation failures of specific system or components in accordance with maintenance and applicable documentation

Knowledge transfer will be achieved by instructor-led instruction in the classroom accompanied by the use of projector media, manufacturer manuals, vendor publications, and practical training tools.

Training aids include the following: PowerPoint slides, system diagrams, part cutaways, special system computer animations, IPT, and full-flight simulators. This course may also use a Virtual Maintenance Trainer (VMT) device called Simfinity, which is based upon the actual full-motion Simulation driver software.

Duration: 10 days
Available Locations: Dallas West, Dallas East

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Nextant 400XT Engine Run Up & Taxi Initial

Course Objectives:

After completion of this Engine Run and Taxi Course, the student should be able to:

  • Safely operate the aircraft as pertaining to engine starting and shutdown; including any pre-engine start operational and/or functional checks
  • Safely perform any aircraft system emergency procedures as pertaining engine and/or APU operation  
  • Satisfactorily perform selected aircraft operational and functional checks as pertaining to aircraft engine operations
  • Satisfactorily perform aircraft ground handling and aircraft operations as pertaining to taxiing the aircraft in an active airport environment
  • Satisfactorily address and contain aircraft malfunctions as pertaining to systems associated with either aircraft taxing  and/or or engine and/or APU operations, while maintaining situational awareness concerning the active airport environment in which these operations may be performed. 


It is strongly recommended that the participant has previously taken a Maintenance Initial Type Course or can demonstrate an equivalent level of experience. The student shall have the knowledge and experience level required for licenses issued under ICAO standards or an equivalent qualification. 

Training Method:

Knowledge transfer will be achieved by Instructor Lead Training (ILT) in the classroom accompanied by the use projected media, printed media, manufacture’s manuals, vendor publications, and training sessions conducted in a full-flight simulator training device. Note: Some training may also be augmented by utilization of an Integrated Procedures Training (IPT) device, as applicable.

Completion Standard:

The candidate is required to attend at least 95% of all course content in order to complete the course and must successfully pass an instructor’s assessment of the procedures training in the Full-Flight Simulator [FFS] and/or Integrated Procedures Trainer [IPT]. 


Duration: 2 days
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