French business aircraft manufacturer Dassault Falcon has established a China-subsidiary, Dassault Falcon Business Services (Beijing), to represent its Falcon brand in the Chinese market.

Dassault says it will establish a customer service regional headquarters, as part of the subsidiary in Beijing, which is scheduled to begin operations in early 2013. The subsidiary will be headed by chairman Jean Rosanvallon and general manager Jean Michel Jacob.

"Firmly establishing Dassault's presence in China today positions us to serve the needs of its growing business aviation sector with the highest level of support in the years to come," says Rosanvallon, who is also Dassault Falcon's president and chief executive.

"Establishing this subsidiary is key to doing business in China and making sure Falcon customers have the best possible resources."

Source: Flight International