The enhanced Dassault Aviation Falcon 50EX business trijet will fly in early 1996. First delivery is scheduled for the first quarter of 1997. The 8-9-seat 50EX will be equipped with three 3,700-lb.-thrust AlliedSignal TFE731-40Cs. Engine flight tests will begin during the first quarter of 1996 and certification should follow six months later. Specific fuel consumption of the new engine version is 7% below the TFE731-3s currently powering the Falcon 50. Last year, the French ...

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