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Dassault Aviation releases delivery figures for 2018

Posted 11 January 2019 · Add Comment

Dassault Aviation has released figures for its total deliveries in 2018.

 

Order intake in units

42 Falcon were ordered in 2018, this number includes the last Falcon 5X cancellations.

In 2017, 38 Falcon were ordered.

12 Rafale were ordered in 2018 following the entry into force of the option exercised by Qatar as the first down-payment was paid in first half 2018.

Deliveries in units

41 new Falcon were delivered in 2018, consistent with our deliveries’ forecast. 49 Falcon were delivered in 2017.

12 Rafale (9 Export and 3 France) were delivered in 2018, as per our forecast, compared to

9 Rafale (8 Export and 1 France) in 2017.

Furthermore, 2 Navy Rafale retrofitted to the F3 standard were delivered to France in 2018.

Backlog in units 

As of December 31st, 2018, the backlog includes 101 Rafale (73 Export and 28 France) and

53 Falcon (without any Falcon 5X), compared to 101 Rafale (70 Export and 31 France) and

52 Falcon (including some Falcon 5X) as of December 31st, 2017.

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