Dassault Falcon has secured access approval to London City for its $31.7 million, wingleted 2000LX, which received its general EASA and FAA certifications in April 2009. A unique autobrake for the Falcon 2000 family was developed to reduce landing distance following the steep (5.5 degrees) LCY approach. “Meeting these requirements is not an easy task but the convenience of flying into the heart of downtown London is highly valuable for business jet operators,” said Dassault Falcon president ...
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