BORDEAUX, France – Dassault Aviation rolled out its new Falcon 5X business jet during a June 2 ceremony at its Merignac final assembly facility here, before an audience of hundreds of customers, vendors, operators and media. Marking the company’s first clean-sheet design since unveiling the Falcon 7X in 2007, the Falcon 5X will feature the largest cabin of any standard business jet and a range of 5,200 nm (9,630 km) at Mach .80. Powered by two new 11,450-lb.-thrust Snecma ...

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