Falcon orders continued to strengthen in 2013, prompting Dassault Aviation Chairman and CEO Eric Trappier to say the market is moving away from a state of crises. Dassault took in net orders for 64 Falcons in 2013, the most since the economic downfall began in 2008, up from the 58 orders in 2012 and significantly improved over the 36 in 2011. But Trappier notes the market is still “convalescing,” and Dassault’s book to bill remained below 1.0. Dassault was confident that its sales would ...
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