Dassault expects sales to remain flat this year, even though signs of a business jet recovery are setting in, Chairman/CEO Charles Edelstenne says. Aircraft deliveries this year are expected to reach 65 Falcon business jets, up from 63 in 2011, and 11 Rafale fighters, equal to 2011. Signs that the business is improving are reflected in order intake, which grew to €2.9 billion ($3.8 billion) in 2011 from a mere €1.2 billion in 2010, with net order intake of 36 Falcon business jets. That ...
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