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FALCONS ON THE RISE
News from around the fleet

NIGHT FLIGHT OVER NYC
FalconEye report in Ultimate Jet

 

A flight report in Ultimate Jet by aviation journalist and pilot David Zara almost ran out of superlatives in describing the FalconEye Combined Vision System. His demo flight took place on a blustery, wintry night that Zara says would have kept most business jets on the ground, but thanks to the FalconEye, Zara and Dassault Falcon Jet Pilots, Franco Nese and Nicolas Linehan, had near-perfect visibility. Among the adjectives in Zara’s report — “amazing, intuitive, brilliant, simple, safe and fun”. Dig into the details using the link below.


> Read the Ultimate Jet article

2000LXS IS GOING PLACES
A landing by the numbers

 

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. But to drive home the point that the Falcon 2000LXS is a “Go Anywhere Business Jet,” a new video uses facts and figures. On-screen numbers support the stunning visuals of the 2000LXS landing gently at short-field, La Môle Airport, St. Tropez. Capable of landing with six passengers at 107 kt, the 2000LXS can also turn right around and whisk them off to faraway places, whether it be Moscow, Stockholm, Cairo or Casablanca.

 

> Visit St. Tropez on the 2000LXS

NOTES FROM THE FIELD
Customer service making news

 

MEETING NEW CHALLENGES

Support in the time of COVID

 


The current Crew Chief Blog is devoted to letting Falcon operators know what the company is doing to support them in this unprecedented time. Many members of our organization are working rotating shifts. Others are working remotely. Our entire customer service team - from our Command Center to field service and engineering support, to pilots and technicians - is hard at work and adhering to safety guidelines and best practices. Company-owned MROs are open, and of course, there’s always someone available to answer the phone.

 

> News you can use

 

ANOTHER 8X SHOUTOUT

Update on the industry’s quietest cabin

 

 

The latest issue of Falcon Update magazine features a fascinating description of the science behind the sound management that makes the Falcon 8X cabin the quietest in the industry. And there’s quite a lot to talk about. Using new methodologies for mapping sound and developing new materials and processes, Dassault engineers have succeeded in lowering the noise level in the 8X cabin (and others in the Falcon line) to the equivalent of a typical living room. Check out the link below for a glimpse into the quiet science of sound.

 

> “Whisper-quiet” explained

FALCON SPOTLIGHT
Feature stories of special interest

MISSIONS FOR HUMANITY

Working with government and ASF

 

Aviation Sans Frontières (Aviation Without Borders), an NGO based in Paris, has been applying its skills in aviation and expertise in crisis management to respond to epidemics and other humanitarian crises for 40 years. Now, Falcon has joined with ASF to aid in the fight against the Coronavirus. Company-provided Falcons are transporting emergency medical teams, supplies and equipment to and from hot zones around France. The company has also committed two Falcons to support Operation Resilience, the French government’s healthcare response group. Transport operations are already being carried out. We are proud to play our part in this effort.

 

 

> Visit the front lines

WEB WORLD
Socially speaking word of mouth

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