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Roll out on 8th December for new Dassault Falcon 6X

Date: 20 Oct 2020 07:48 (UTC)
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The first Falcon 6X will roll out on December 8th in Bordeaux-Merignac, France. And the first flight is plan for early next year, so the program is on track. This is “thanks to the hard work of the [6X] development team, which has steadily moved forward over the summer,” the French aircraft manufacturer said.

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“Development of the 6X, including its Pratt & Whitney PW812D engine is right on schedule,” it added. “First flight is set for 2021 and certification and initial delivery are planned for 2022.”

Two others aircraft are about to be completed very soon too. 

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