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Dassault Aviation Chairman and CEO Eric Trappier has congratulated Pratt & Whitney Canada on Transport Canada’s approval of the latest member of the company’s PW800 family of high-efficiency engines, which powers Dassault’s new extra widebody Falcon 6X.
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FALCONS ON THE RISENews from around the fleet
FALCON 6X #3 ACES THE TESTAnother perfect performance
The final Falcon 6X to join the certification testing program made its maiden flight on June 24. Aircraft #3 is the first 6X outfitted with a full interior, including in-flight entertainment and communications systems. During its two-hour flight, the aircraft climbed to Flight Level 400 and reached a cruise speed of Mach 0.85. Photographers were on hand to capture the moment. The next 6X currently waiting in the wings will go on a two-month global tour prior to certification in 2022.
> Get up to 6X speed
6X TOPS THE LISTRobb Report awards 6X “Best of the Best”
Robb Report, the world’s leading publication devoted to quality and luxury, has given the Falcon 6X its highest accolade with a “Best of the Best” award, calling it “one of the most well-designed business jets on the market.” The Report cited the 6X’s ultra widebody design and cabin size as defining features and noted the 30 windows and unique skylight, which it considered exceptional contributions to passenger comfort. Industry-first technology, like FalconEye, also contributed to the 6X’s win.
MATCHING PEARLSRolls-Royce’s newest engine powers Dassault’s newest jet
The newly launched Falcon 10X will be powered by the Rolls-Royce Pearl 10X engine. Designed expressly for the Falcon 10X, the Pearl 10X is the newest and most powerful member of its market-leading family of engines for business aviation. The first Rolls-Royce engine to power a Falcon, the Pearl 10X offers greater efficiency than previous generations, delivers outstanding low noise and emissions performance, and will be capable of operating on sustainable alternate fuels. Check out the video link below for a preview.
> Experience the power
NOTES FROM THE FIELDCustomer service making news
STRESS RELIEF GUARANTEED
FalconCare, the no-surprises prescription
When it comes to maintenance, what’s the one word that describes what owners and operators want? Predictability. This is why Dassault created FalconCare. Originally designed in response to a customer’s request, the pay-by-the-hour program has evolved as more customers subscribed to the service and offered their feedback. Today more than 500 Falcons have been enrolled and the program offers two levels of service: FalconCare Elite and FalconCare Essential. Jean Kanayakis explains in his latest Crew Chief blog.
> Crew Chief wisdom
DASSAULT MROS MAKING WAVES
JetWave installations take off
Honeywell’s JetWave SATCOM system provides in-flight Wi-Fi that is fast, reliable and available anytime, anywhere and at any altitude. To date, Dassault Aircraft Services (DAS) has retrofitted dozens of Falcons, such as the Falcon 7X, with JetWave, the hardware that allows aircraft to connect to Inmarsat’s Jet ConneX, the fastest broadband available for business aviation and the first such service to span the globe. Close to 150 JetWave installations have been made worldwide including 35 retrofitted in the Dassault MRO network.
> A high-speed read
REPORTING TO « M »
New building in Bordeaux
August is going to be a busy month as many of the Dassault personnel currently based in the company’s Saint-Cloud facility move south to Bordeaux and a new, state-of-the-art office building. 1500 employees will be working in the 25,840 m2/ 278,139 ft2 structure, which will house all Customer Service operations, Spares and and the Design Office team. Building M is designed to facilitate communication between departments and will be inaugurated in September with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by Dassault Aviation CEO, Eric Trappier.
MISSIONS OF HOPE
Teamwork delivers virus relief
On March 20th, a Falcon 2000, operated by the French Air Force landed on a tiny outpost of France off the coast of Newfoundland, the island homes of 6,300 French citizens. On board were 9,600 doses of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine. On another continent, two Falcon 2000LXS’s owned by Dassault’s customer Bertelsmann have also been doing their part, delivering vaccines to remote locations. About a hundred of the missions were supported by Dassault Falcon Service at Paris-Le Bourget with timely delivery and professionalism.
> Read Crew Chief Blog
FALCON HAPPENINGSUpcoming events around the world
MONACO YACHT SHOW
September 22-25, 2021
After last year’s virtual event, the Monaco Yacht Show is back and it’s bigger than ever. Nearly 300 superyachts will be on display along with a new exhibit of sailing boats, and… as the ads always say…much, much more. Dassault will be on hand as well to celebrate Summer and the latest and greatest Falcon news. It’s a great pleasure to welcome everyone back!
WEB WORLDSocially speaking word of mouth
The third #Falcon6X took flight and joined the flight test campaign.
Traveling to the future.
The 5,500 nm (10,200 km) ultra widebody #Falcon6X.
Who parked that #Falcon10X in here? Go behind the scenes of an augmented reality and magical launch.
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