Dassault Bullish on Brazil

AINalerts » August 15, 2012
August 15, 2012, 2:54 PM

Dassault will deliver at least six more Falcon business jets to Brazilian customers this year and plans to expand its service center in Sorocaba to meet current and future demand, the company said today at LABACE 2012.

Not including these impending deliveries, the aircraft manufacturer claims it holds 60 percent of the large-cabin business jet market in Brazil.

Meanwhile, Dassault will continue boosting manpower, parts holdings and tooling at its three-year-old Sorocaba service center to increase capacity. The facility can perform line maintenance and airframe inspections on all Falcons except the 20 and 100.

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