Dassault Falcon

December 12, 2012 - 1:25pm

As Cessna’s sales representative in the Middle East, Wallan Aviation has naturally operated an all-Cessna charter fleet, but now the company has announced that it is to add two Dassault Falcon 900s to its roster. The aircraft will provide a significant long-range and large-cabin capability.

December 12, 2012 - 9:25am

As Cessna’s sales representative in the Middle East, Wallan Aviation has naturally operated an all-Cessna charter fleet, but now the company has announced that it will add two Dassault Falcon 900s to its charter aircraft roster. The aircraft will provide a significant long-range and large-cabin capability. By year-end, Wallan will take delivery of a pre-owned Falcon 900EX EASy II, and in the second quarter of next year will receive a new Falcon 900LX.

December 12, 2012 - 8:00am
Marking the sale of two Falcon 900s to Cessna Middle East sales rep Wallan Aviation are (l-r) Fahad Wallan, v-p operations, Wallan Aviation; Gilles Gautier, Dassault’s v-p sales EMEA; Saad Wallan, chairman of Wallan Aviation; and Renaud Cloatre, Dassault Middle East sales director.

As Cessna’s sales representative in the Middle East, Wallan Aviation has naturally operated an all-Cessna charter fleet, but now the company has announced that it is to add two Dassault Falcon 900s to its roster. The aircraft will provide a significant long-range and large-cabin capability.

December 11, 2012 - 12:30am

Steve Varsano, founder of private aircraft sales company The Jet Business, took AIN through the selection process for a typical customer based in Dubai and wanting a jet that can fly nonstop to and from London. With a required range of 2,955 nm, The Jet Business database indicated it contained 26 suitable aircraft, such as the Bombardier Challenger 605. To go travel further, the shortlist could be extended to include a Gulfstream G550, Dassault Falcon 7X and Bombardier Global Express.

December 10, 2012 - 10:30am

Dassault Falcon sees demand for business jets recovering throughout the Middle East, thanks to large operators in the region and the increased globalization of commerce. The company expects to deliver six Falcons to Middle East customers over the next 18 months, expanding the Falcon fleet in the Middle East by 10 percent. More than 60 Falcon business jets already operate in the region.

December 10, 2012 - 8:45am
Dassault’s new, widebody Falcon 2000LXS is designed with forward-edge wing slats that offer a reduction in Vref speed to 107 knots, a 4,675-foot takeoff distance and 2,300 feet for landing. Sticker price is expected to be $32.8 million.

Dassault has introduced yet another new version of its popular Falcon 2000 super-midsize twinjet. The 2000LXS combines the range and amenities of the Falcon 2000LX with the short field capabilities of the Falcon 2000S.

December 10, 2012 - 8:00am
Embraer Lineage 1000

The Middle East remains the sales sweet-spot when it comes to regions that business jet manufacturers look to for customers despite its relatively small size and the rapid emergence of China, Brazil and other countries where momentum is building. This is true in particular of large cabin jets and corporate versions of airliners.

December 5, 2012 - 12:02pm

Dassault Falcon has received EASA approval for a supplemental type certificate (STC) to install ADS-B out (automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast out) on Falcon 50EXs and classic Falcon 2000s equipped with Pro Line 4 avionics. With this STC, Falcon operators can take advantage of the safety and operational improvements of the new technology before the mandated compliance date set by airworthiness authorities. Both aircraft received similar FAA STC approval within the past year.

December 4, 2012 - 4:05pm

Teterboro, N.J.-based Dassault Falcon Jet–the wholly owned subsidiary of Dassault Aviation that is responsible for Falcon sales and service in the Americas, Pacific Rim and China–celebrated its 40th anniversary on Friday. On Dec. 1, 1972, executives from Pan American Airways and Dassault Aviation signed an agreement to form what is now known as Dassault Falcon Jet to expand the U.S. market with Pan American, the launch customer for the Falcon 20.

November 20, 2012 - 3:05pm

Dassault Falcon has established a wholly owned foreign company, Dassault Falcon Business Services (Beijing) Co., in China to represent its business jet brand in the growing market. Jean Michel Jacob has been named as general manager of the subsidiary and John Rosanvallon is its chairman.

 
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