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HOLIDAY APPRECIATION

 

Our sincere thanks to our customers for your trust and support in the past year.
You have motivated our Dassault Family to achieve even greater excellence in 2023.
From our family to yours, may you enjoy a prosperous and healthy new year.

 

Carlos Brana, Executive Vice President, Civil Aircaft.

FALCONS ON THE RISE
News from around the fleet

Sound Barrier

ENTRY INTO SERVICE NEARS
Falcon 6X goes globe-trotting

 

It was an intense World Tour for the Falcon 6X. In just one month, covering 50,000 miles, the 6X proved its reliability on routes operators will fly when entry-into-service occurs next year. Over 250 reliability items, from the cockpit to the cabin, were tested by dozens of engineers on long and short flights. The conclusion: this is one mature aircraft. And a very comfortable one.

 

> Watch the World Tour

STRAPPING INTO THE FALCON 6X
Fred George flight report, video highlights

 

Aviation journalist, Fred George, formerly at Aviation Week & Space Technology and Business & Commercial Aviation, has flown more high-performance planes than just about anyone, including fighters, business jets, and airliners. His first flight on the Falcon 6X was with Chief Test Pilot, Philippe Duchateau, and included complex maneuvers and silky-smooth landings. He calls the 6X, “a game changer in maneuverability and comfort.”

 

> Terrific video, terrific jet

SAM CHUI, FENG SHUI
Exploring Falcon 6X’s perfect harmony

 

If you follow aviation, you probably follow Sam Chui on his social channels. His reviews are seen by millions. Sam did his recent review of the Falcon 6X cabin experience on a flight from NBAA-BACE, Orlando, to Paris with a video crew. It’s a fascinating look at the new extra widebody and how its cabin dimensions translate into a perfect passenger experience. Entry-into-service is planned for mid 2023.

 

> Fly to Paris on the 6X

FALCON 10X GETS REAL
Future Falcon takes shape

 

The newest, most advanced Falcon is no longer a paper airplane. Main wind tunnel tests are complete. Systems and engine testing have been ongoing at multiple locations. A composite wing is being assembled and other first-part elements are delivering. Support capacity is also being added to accommodate the largest, most comfortable Falcon ever built.

NOTES FROM THE FIELD
Customer service making news

A SPACE COAST LAUNCH

Dassault to build Florida MRO facility

 

In one of Dassault’s largest capital investments to date, Melbourne Orlando International Airport will become home to a 175,000-square-foot Dassault maintenance complex. It will be able to accommodate all current Falcon models (including the new, ultra long-range Falcon 10X, the largest purpose-built business jet) and simultaneously perform major maintenance and modifications on up to 18 Falcon models.

 

> Re-discover Florida

FALCON HAPPENINGS
Upcoming events around the world

World Economic Forum

January 16-20, 2023
Davos, Switzerland

 

The annual meeting of leaders from government, business, and civil society will address the current state of the world and discuss priorities for the year ahead. This year, the WEF has called for “bold collective action” through “constructive, forward-thinking dialogue.” Falcon customers traveling to the Zurich area for the WEF can count on Dassault to support them.

SPOTLIGHT
Feature stories of special interest

CALLING ALL PILOTS

Send us your Falcon photos

 

The mission of the #iFlyFalcon social hashtag is to share the passion our pilot community has for Falcons. That passion is often expressed in photography, and we have received some excellent examples. To those of you who have contributed images, thank you. Keep them coming. And to those who have not yet done so, don’t be shy. (Our Falcons are very photogenic.)

 

> Email your photos here

WEB WORLD
Socially speaking word of mouth

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A perfect day for #FalconEye.
Photo by Falcon test pilot Hervé Laverne. #iFlyFalcon

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Instagram

 

He knows his Falcon inside and out. Literally. Photo by Falcon pilot Lennart Postma. #iFlyFalcon

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Falcons shine in every way.
Photo by Falcon pilot Damien Cismondi.
#iFlyFalcon

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