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This year's Falcon Maintenance & Operations (M&O) Seminars will kick off on April 5 in Paris, France and conclude May 17 in São Paulo, Brazil. Miami and Chicago will also be included on this year's M&O tour.
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FALCONS ON THE RISENews from around the fleet
FALCON 6X GAINING GROUNDMomentum builds for 2023
It’s full speed ahead for the Falcon 6X flight test campaign with three development aircraft flying daily, having logged more than 1,000 hours, including certification flights with EASA authorities. They follow extreme temperature and high-altitude tests performed earlier this summer. In addition, a first production aircraft executed a month-long reliability tour in July. Meanwhile, three other aircraft are under completion, the first 6X simulator is active at CAE Burgess Hill, and EASA has certified the aircraft’s PW-812D engines. It’s been a remarkable year, as will 2023, when the first delivery is expected.
FALCON 6X MAKING HEADLINESOnly good news
As the Falcon 6X continues its journey to certification and first delivery, it’s stirring up much interest in the aviation press. A lengthy flight report in Aviation International News by Editor-in-Chief Matt Thurber provides an in-depth look at all the advanced features that make the 6X a pilot’s dream. Meanwhile, writing for Business Jet Traveler, Mark Huber completes his review with a walk through the 6X’s magnificent cabin and all its innovations.
> Read Mark Huber’s BJT review
MOUNTAIN MARVELFalcon 8X makes short work of Gstaad
The website for Gstaad Airport quaintly notes it has a “non-standard” traffic pattern. That’s an understatement. Pilots twist and turn through alpine peaks before landing on the runway’s 3,445 useable feet (because of displaced thresholds). The 8X handles this with ease. Even in the high-density altitude of summer. A Dassault Aviation demo aircraft flew into Gstaad in mid-August and was displayed for a few days. Visitors were amazed to see such a big jet there.
> Take in the touchdown
NOTES FROM THE FIELDCustomer service making news
Thierry Lamant takes on new role
For years, Thierry Lamant has had an interest in Sustainable Aviation Fuels. The 27-year Dassault veteran’s new position as Director Falcon Operations Sustainability is a natural fit. Thierry is a member of several company working groups focusing on the environment and SAF issues and an observer for several industry organizations. Largely because of these efforts, Paris-Le Bourget is one of a growing number of airports offering SAF.
MAINTENANCE À LA CARTE
New FalconCare package announced
The popular FalconCare program, which provides operators a means of managing maintenance costs, has added a new offering to its Essential and Elite packages. FalconCare Select allows operators to tailor their coverage to suit their situation, only paying for what they need or want. Plus, they can sign up for FalconCare Select at any time and benefit from world-class service from Dassault’s global MRO network, which is as flexible as their Falcons.
> Get the FalconCare brochure
ExecuJet expands in Kuala Lumpur
Because of the growing importance of Kuala Lumpur as the center of business aviation in Southeast Asia, ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia, a Dassault Aviation company, is about to start building a new MRO facility at the city’s Subang Airport. The new facility will measure nearly 150,000 square feet, further expanding ExecuJet’s capabilities, and with an aircraft hangar that can accommodate the largest business jets, including the Falcon 6X and 10X.
>Big news about a big hangar
FALCON HAPPENINGSUpcoming events around the world
October 18-20, 2022Orlando, Florida
After a four-year hiatus, the Sunshine State will welcome North America’s most important business aviation show to Orlando. Dassault is bringing its best and biggest to the static display, where visitors will find the Falcon 6X, which recently completed a successful world testing tour; the Falcon 8X; and the full-scale cabin mockup of the mighty Falcon 10X. Falcon teams will be on hand at the Dassault booth and static display and are available for one-on-one meetings.
> Preview the NBAA Falcons
December 6-8, 2022Dubai, UAE
The 2022 show calendar will end on a high note at Dubai World Central airport when the Middle Eastern Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) Show takes center stage, December 6-8. This year’s event promises to be very exciting, with an “immersive” exhibition floor and many new features. Dassault teams will be welcoming visitors to its chalet at the static display.
SPOTLIGHTFeature stories of special interest
2000-Series still going strong
It has the cabin cross-section of a Falcon 8X, 4,000 nm range, and remarkable economics. Its nearest competitor consumes 20 percent more fuel and requires 20 percent more runway to land. Introduced in 1995, the Falcon 2000 series has been upgraded with blended winglets, EASy avionics, and the FalconEye system (it was the first business jet to be certified with a head-up display). More than 600 copies have been delivered, with the current 2000LXS winning new fans and operators each year.
> Visit the 2000LXS now
WEB WORLDSocially speaking word of mouth
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Enjoy Pariswithout ever leaving the airport.The Dassault FBO - Le Bourget.
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