Dassault Aviation is pleased to announce 2022 dates for its Falcon Maintenance & Operations (M&O) seminars. This spring marks the return of a full seminar series after a three-year absence.
This year’s schedule will kick off on April 6 in Paris and conclude on May 24 in Chicago. In all, the seminars will travel to seven cities across North America, South America and Europe.
“We are thrilled to welcome Falcon operators back to our M&O seminars, and allow them to once again meet face to face with representatives from our company, our partners and our suppliers,” said Jean Kayanakis, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Customer Service and Service Center Network. “The feedback provided during these events is crucial to our commitment to continuously improve the Falcon customer experience.”
As in previous editions, the 2022 M&O series will provide in-depth information on Dassault’s latest maintenance and flight operations products and services. The topics addressed during the meetings include:
. Preparations underway for the extra widebody Falcon 6X entry into service
. Recent steps to consolidate and optimize our expanded maintenance, repair and overhaul network and simplify customer access to global Dassault services
. Broadening access to Sustainable Aviation Fuels
. New EASy IV flight deck
. New FalconSphere applications
. Dassault’s Innovative Cabin System (ICS), designed to combine and simplify control of environmental control and entertainment systems.
As usual, the seminars will offer interactive model-specific and general technical sessions covering topics ranging from troubleshooting to reliability improvements and STC updates. Dedicated pilot sessions, led by the Falcon Pilot Support Team will keep flight crews abreast of the latest developments in flight operations.
ABOUT DASSAULT AVIATION
Dassault Aviation is a leading aerospace company with a presence in over 90 countries across six continents. Dassault designs and builds the family of Falcon business jets as well as the Rafale fighter jet. The company employs a workforce of over 12,000 and has production facilities in both France and the United States, and a worldwide service network. Since the rollout of the first Falcon 20 in 1963, over 2,650 Falcons have been delivered. The tri-jet and twin-engine lines offer outstanding efficiency and comfort, with ranges from 4,000 nm to 7,500nm. They include the new flagship Falcon 10X, the pioneering Falcon 7X and 8X, the extra widebody Falcon 6X, and the versatile Falcon 900LX and 2000LXS. Falcon Customer Service continues to hold the top spot in key business aviation surveys.
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