Six more Falcons to be delivered in Brazil before year end


Dassault plans to deliver six more Falcons into Brazil this year and continues to expand Sorocaba facility.

Dassault Falcon announced plans
at LABACE to deliver at least six more Falcons into Brazil
this year and continue to expand the Sorocaba service centre
to meet current and future demand.

“Brazil is a dynamic and well
diversified economy with a healthy growth in GDP,” said John Rosanvallon,
president and chief executive of Dassault Falcon. “We’ve seen countries
like Brazil
become the epicenter of business aviation’s recovery over the past several
years. The elements remain in place for continued business aviation growth, and
increased Falcon market share, in Brazil into the
future.” Dassault Falcon is a leader with 60% of the large cabin business
jet market in Brazil.”

“In 1978, Dassault sold our
first Falcon in Brazil and
in 1996 we opened our first office in Sao
Paulo,” said Rosanvallon. “Dassault has been committed
to Brazil for a very long
time and that commitment will only increase as Brazil takes a larger part on the
global stage.”

The Sorocaba facility will continue to expand and
is becoming more important on the service network having received certification
to work on US, Bermudan and Argentinian registered Falcons. Approval for
European registered Falcons is expected very shortly.

Dassault Falcon will be
displaying two aircraft, the Falcon 7X and the Falcon 2000LX.

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