Eric Trappier, Chairman and CEO of Dassault Aviation, provided an update at EBACE in Geneva. He spoke about the impact of the war in Ukraine as well as the impacts of the global pandemic. “We are finally back to an almost normal situation, at least close enough to...
The Dassault Falcon 6X, the new large-cabin jet, is well on its way to 2022 certification, having already logged more than 600 flight hours. The company provided additional information on the program as the cabin mock-up is on display at the Singapore Air Show. The...
Dassault Aviation provided updates on the Falcon 10X and Falcon 6X programs, as well as service expansions, at NBAA in Las Vegas earlier today. FALCON 10X Dassault Aviation is bringing a full-scale cabin mockup for the largest purpose-built business jet, the...
Dassault announced today that the Falcon 6X has completed its first flight, which was scheduled for the first quarter of 2021. The maiden flight lasted 2 hours and 45 minutes, with the aircraft reaching FL400 and a speed of Mach 0.8. Flight test pilot Bruno Ferry...
Despite the global pandemic, Dassault is making progress towards the planned first flight of the Falcon 6X in early 2021. The first of the three pre-production aircraft to be used for certification has now been powered up and has begun ground testing. The 2nd and...
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