Dassault Aviation’s Falcon 6X entered service on November 30. Type certification was granted on August 22 by EASA and the FAA. Since then, post-certification updates requiring EASA approval have been applied.
“Dassault Aviation shares this remarkable occasion with our customers, who are sure to receive an exceptional aircraft,” said Dassault Aviation President and CEO Éric Trappier.
Dassault Aviation is a leading aerospace company with a presence in more than 90 countries on six continents. Dassault designs and builds the Falcon family of business jets, as well as the Rafale fighter jet.
The company employs more than 12,000 people and has production facilities in France and the United States, as well as a worldwide service network. Since the launch of the first Falcon 20 in 1963, more than 2,650 Falcons have been delivered. The tri-jet and twin-engine lines offer excellent efficiency and comfort, with ranges from 3,500 nm to 7,500 nm. They include the flagship Falcon 10X, the pioneering Falcon 7X and 8X, the widebody Falcon 6X and the versatile Falcon 900LX, 2000LXS and 2000S. Falcon Customer Service continues to rank first in the main business aviation surveys.