By Dan Thisdell
In any business it’s wise to follow the money, but the good people at Dassault Falcon business jets must be on to a particular winner, having sent a dedicated team to Zurich airport to provide customer support during the World Economic Forum at Davos. Dassault, whose Falcon range stretches from the 2000LX to the super long-range, three-engine 7X, reckon the world leaders’ confab will lead to an influx of approximately 350 business jets, including over 60 Falcons.
The Zurich operation is being supported by Dassault’s three Swiss service centres, and spare parts are just three hours away from its Paris-Le Bourget distribution centre.
Dassault Falcon will also provide support for other world events this year such as the Super Bowl XLV in Dallas, Texas as well as the Daytona 500 in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Dassault follows the money by sending support team to Davos
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