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6X GAINING ALTITUDE
Positive program progress

 

Thanks to the hard work of the development team, the Falcon 6X program continues to move forward on schedule. Major milestones are being met, including the assembly of aircraft number 1, which has been powered up and is undergoing ground testing. Aircraft 2 had its wings mated to the fuselage. And aircraft 3, when assembled, will have a full interior for testing purposes. The Falcon 6X is on schedule for first flight in early 2021 and entry into service in 2022.


> Get up to speed with 6X

Falcon 6X site upgrade

FALCON 6X SITE UPGRADE
6X webpage new look

 

The Dassault Falcon website is undergoing a major upgrade with a cleaner, modern design, improved navigation and greater interactivity. The Falcon 6X page, which is now live, highlights the cabin experience and features an enhanced, 3D cabin tour that gives viewers a true sense of its spaciousness and style. Other, unique devices include an interactive FalconEye section that provides a pilot’s-eye view that you won’t find anywhere else.

> Look around the 6X cabin

Nice 6X

SUMMERTIME SURPRISE
Falcon 6X lands in Nice

 

This summer, the Falcon 6X cabin mockup will be on display in the Business Aviation Terminal at Nice Côte d’Azur Airport. One of the top summer destinations in Europe, Nice is the perfect setting for the display, which has wowed visitors around the world. Now, international vacationers can experience the extraordinary 6X cabin for themselves, whether they’re in the market for an ultra widebody jet, or simply browsing.

> Visit Nice. Tour the 6X.

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THE EYES HAVE IT
New FalconEye video debuts

 

If you’ve ever wondered what the world looks like to a pilot flying with Dassault’s FalconEye Combined Vision System, you can now get a bird’s-eye view. A new video about this breakthrough technology has just been released. And it’s a real eye opener. See FalconEye turn night into day, and bad weather into good. It’s a true Head’s Up experience.

> See FalconEye in action

NOTES FROM THE FIELD
Customer service making news

Crew chief blog

 

THE AIR UP THERE

Crew Chief on Falcon air quality


The latest Crew Chief Blog has timely information for Falcon owners and operators regarding cabin air health. In it, Senior VP of Worldwide Service, Jean Kayanakis, discusses the ways Dassault is working to make Falcon cabin air as pure as possible. He also makes some great points about the health safety advantages of business aviation over commercial, such as greater control over when and where to fly.

 

> Read and breathe easier

Seminars Go Webinar

 

SEMINARS GO WEBINAR

M&O Series kicks off virtually

 

Although the 2020 M&O Seminar Series was cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis, the work continued with a series of on-line webinars. On June 24, some 284 attendees from around the world logged on for updates on COVID-19 guidance, pilot support, spares and OAB matters, as well as Dassault’s expanding global service network. If you missed it, contact us for access to the presentation.

 

FALCON SPOTLIGHT
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A NEW 900 SPEED RECORD

Fast work aids pandemic response

 

Recently, Dassault Falcon Service received an unusual request: to convert a Falcon 900B from passenger to a cargo configuration. The reason? To transport fabric and medical masks from manufacturers to countries in Europe and Africa. And there wasn’t a moment to lose. A team from customer service, engineering and operations, as well as testing and certification, went to work, delivering the modified 900B in record time — eight days.

> Read the back story

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