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On December 8, 2020, the ultra widebody Falcon 6X made its debut in Dassault’s Charles Lindbergh Hall in Bordeaux-Merignac. It was streamed online for a global audience and hosted by noted TV journalist, Miles O’Brien. The show featured Eric Trappier, Chairman & CEO, Dassault Aviation, Carlos Brana, Senior Executive VP, Civil Aircraft, and others; with interviews, videos and, of course, the star of the show, the 6X.
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Bordeaux-Merignac is a special place with a rich history. Since the days of the legendary Flamant, the facility has delivered thousands of industry-leading aircraft. Today, it’s where the newest Falcons are being assembled alongside their military brother, the Rafale fighter.
The Falcon 6X development team has worked tirelessly to bring this new flight experience to fruition. Even a global pandemic couldn’t slow it down. Thanks to advanced virtual reality tools, Dassault engineers and suppliers were able to collaborate worldwide. See how they did it.
The Falcon 6X is amazing to behold. Take a good look as it dramatically transforms from an aircraft of the imagination into the real thing. Watch the game-changing Falcon 6X as it is rolled out and revealed for the first time to the world.
Carlos Brana and Miles O’Brien review the highlights of the Falcon 6X interior from entryway to aft lounge. In a new video, creative camera work captures the spacious layout and elegant details that have made the cabin a winner in the world of aircraft design.
Miles O’Brien talks with Pratt & Whitney Canada about the Dassault version of the twin PW812D engines that power the Falcon 6X, including the testing regime on a one-of-a-kind flying platform. The PW812D’s core technology is about to be proven again.
Dassault test pilots are a special breed, with deep experience flying both military and commercial designs. Their appraisal of the Falcon 6X is particularly insightful as they look ahead to its first flight in this behind-the-scenes interview with Miles O’Brien.