The Teslarati article SpaceX’s April 7th Falcon Heavy launch a step toward new commercial markets says:
While there is some inherent uncertainty surrounding the (once again) fairly new rocket, SpaceX has now officially filed a plan with the Cape Canaveral range authorities that would see Falcon Heavy nominally conduct a critical static fire test as soon as March 31st, followed one week later by a launch target of no earlier than (NET) 6:36 pm EDT (22:36 UTC), April 7th. Set to place the ~6000 kg (13,200 lb) Arabsat 6A communications satellite in a high-energy geostationary orbit, a successful mission that ultimately proves Falcon Heavy’s commercial utility could also raise global launch market interest in the rocket, including potential anchor customers like NASA.
What (if anything) is meant by "a high-energy geostationary orbit"?
It SpaceX bringing the satellite all the way to a cis-GEO orbit, or is this a launch only to GTO?