The mood at Dassault Falcon’s annual family breakfast at the NBAA show in Las Vegas was more somber than usual this year, with Dassault Aviation CEO Eric Trappier and Falcon Jet president John Rosanvallon reflecting on last Friday’s terror attacks in Paris. Rosanvallon, pointing to the French and American flags adorning the stage, remarked that France and America always come together to support each other during difficult times. CNN aviation analyst Miles O’Brien served as the emcee for the morning and presented a video showing Dassault facilities in both France and Little Rock, Arkansas. There was ample footage of the Falcon 8X, which is in production and according to Trappier will be flown to the NBAA convention next year by Falcon’s “first and most loyal client,” Serge Dassault.
Franco-American Unity Heralded at Dassault Falcon Breakfast
- November 19, 2015, 4:24 PM