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.
A new Jet Falcon cabin interior refurbishment program for the Falcon 2000 is not only fashion forward, but also timely in terms of market demand.
In fact, Jet Aviation in Basel has already outfitted more than 120 Falcon 2000s in executive fashion. And as those and hundreds of other Falcon 2000s come due for inspections and upgrades, Jet Aviation expects to see customers planning a cabin refurbishment during that downtime.
Owners and operators seeking new options to maintain Boeing Business Jets (BBJs) or to refurbish Dassault Falcon 2000s are the target of new offerings from Switzerland-based Jet Aviation Basel (Stand 963) here at EBACE.
Jet Aviation Basel, a designated Dassault Falcon completion center, has launched Jet Falcon, a cabin refurbishment program designed specifically for the Falcon 2000.
Falcon 2000 owners considering an upgrade will be able to choose from three “distinct cabin interior designs”–classic, style or fashion. The downtime required for the work will be “minimal” and the refurbishment “cost effective,” says Jet Aviation.
Jet Aviation launched a refurbishment program for Dassault Falcon 2000 cabin interiors. The new Jet Falcon interior is available in three designs: classic, style and fashion, all of which make use of standardized and modular processes, including preproduction of materials, to minimize downtime and cut costs.
Designated Dassault Falcon completions center Jet Aviation Basel has introduced Jet Falcon, a cabin interior refurbishment program designed specifically for the Dassault Falcon 2000. Operators who are considering an interior upgrade for their Falcon 2000 can choose from three distinct cabin interior designs: classic, style and fashion.
Jet Aviation has just launched a new refurbishment program for Dassault Falcon 2000 cabin interiors. The new Jet Falcon interior is available in three designs: classic, style and fashion, all of which make use of standardized and modular processes, including pre-production of materials, to minimize downtime and cut costs.
The FAA has published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for an Airworthiness Directive (AD) that would affect about 1,082 Falcons on the U.S. registry, namely the Dassault Falcon 10, Fan Jet Falcon, Mystere-Falcon 200, Mystere-Falcon 20-C5/-D5/-E5/-F5, Falcon 2000, Falcon 2000EX, Mystere-Falcon 50 and 900, and Falcon 900EX.
Forty years ago, late in the afternoon of May 4, 1963, the first Falcon business jet–then known as the Mystère 20 and powered by a pair of Pratt & Whitney JT12A-8 turbojets–took to the air for the first time at Bordeaux-Merignac Airport in southwest France.
The Dassault Falcon 7X business jet has passed the 70-sale bar, John Rosanvallon, president of Dassault Falcon Jet, told Aviation International News yesterday here at the Dubai airshow.
Negotiations are under way for more orders in the region. Separately, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia-based National Air Services (NAS) is thinking of buying some Falcon 2000EXs for its NetJets Middle East operation.