Dassault Falcon 2000X

On the eve of the 62nd annual National Business Aviation Association Anual Meeting and Convention, we take a look at the biz scene. To see other NBAA stories and for continuous coverage throughout the week, head over to our NBAA section.

It has been an agonising 12 months for business aviation.The financial meltdown across leading international markets triggeredlast year the worst economic recession for a generation and spawned themost spectacular downturn in business and consumer confidence fordecades.

Dassault has seen a modest 5% hike in its Falcon business jet tallyfrom 1,594 to 1,673 during the census period boosted by a 22-aircraftjump in its 2000EX tally to 162 of the large-cabin types, according toACAS. The 2000 family has expanded since the last report with theblended winglet-equipped, longer-legged 2000LX – which replaces the EXin service – and de-fuelled 2000DX making their census debuts with fouraircraft apiece. Read more…

Dassault Falcon 2000x.jpg(Photo: Dassault)


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