Dassault Aviation completed the first simulated flight of its new Falcon 5X, a key development milestone used to verify aircraft behavior in various flight configurations, including takeoff, cruise and landing. Philippe Deleume, Dassault Aviation’s chief test pilot, and Philippe Rebourg, test pilot, were at the controls of the Nov. 13 flight at the Falcon Simulation Bench in St. Cloud, France. The simulation tested conditions of an actual flight and included an initial run-through of the ...
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