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Jetflite's Falcon 7X at Antarctica

Date: 14 Dec 2015 18:47 (UTC)
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We already were writing about that amazing trip of Jetflite's Falcon 7x to Antarctica, now thanks to Dassault Falcon here comes the video:




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