Dassault Falcon is planning to further expand its facilities in Little Rock, Ark. to keep up with its growing orderbook for Falcon business jets. The $20 million expansion includes another 116,000 square feet of production, design and warehouse space at Little Rock, which already encompasses 711,000 square feet. "The unprecedented demand for Falcons around the world requires that we continuously evaluate the need to grow our production facilities," said John Rosanvallon, president ...
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