Dassault Aviation has unveiled the Falcon 2000S, a replacement for the Falcon 2000DX. Announced during last week’s European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Geneva, the new model is being developed to compete directly against other super-midsize business aircraft, including the Bombardier Challenger 300, Gulfstream G250 and Hawker 4000. Slated to enter service in early 2013 and priced at $25 million, the Falcon 2000S will have more cabin volume, shorter takeoff distances ...

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