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TATV SPOTLIGHT: Inside the Dassault Falcon 6X

Posted 26 April 2021 · Add Comment

The latest business jet from French manufacturer Dassault is now very much into its flight test programme ahead of entry into service next year.

 But what does this Falcon 6X aircraft offer? Why is it perfectly targeted at the Gulf’s growing VIP aircraft market?

Alan Peaford talks to Renaud Cloatre, the director of international sales for Dassault Aviation and learns about the programme and we get to see the extra wide and tall cabin that Dassault describes as a game changer.

 

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