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FALCON 8X Great Performances in video

Another demonstration of the Falcon 8X performances with this nice video. After Gstaad and St Tropez La Mole, Dassault proves again the advantages of this long haul biz jet on Short runway at Les Eplatures. 3,707 ft/1130 m runway https://youtu.be/wTyozmT-qsU 

Dassault Falcon Service Offers a Second Life To a Heavily Damaged Falcon

In December 2017, a parked Falcon 7X at a remote airport, in Malta, was blown from its position by strong winds, sending the aircraft crashing into a nearby building. The front section of the aircraft sustained severe damage.The owner of the aircraft selected Dassault Falcon Service(DFS) in April 2018 to perform an on-site repair. DFS was tasked with a full renewal of the aircraft, which required replacement of all damaged parts (i.e. frame, skin, cockpit arches, etc.). Repairs commenced in Sept...

2019 first half-year Dassault results Press conference

During a press conference presented 2019 first half-year results on September 4 Eric Trappier, Chairman and CEO of Dassault Aviation, has talked about an economy and geo-politcal uncertainty of the 2019 half-year. But he explained the new projects and showed 2019 first half-year good results for Dassault. You can review the online video press conference and download all documents here:https://www.dassault-aviation.com/en/group/press/press-kits/2019-first-half-year-results/

Dassault Falcon 6X in progress

The construction of the new Dassault Falcon 6X is going well. Dassault Aviation froze the design last May 2019. At that time, Dassault had already started manufacturing parts in several 'satellite plateaus' in Merignac, Bordeaux and the American Little Rock. The first prototype must fly in 2021 and be put on the market in 2022.With a Pratt & Whitney Canada PurePower PW812D turbo fan with a 57.8-66.3 kN strength, engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney Canada has now tested more tha...