The first Falcon 7X has begun flying again after the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approved a fix to the trim system, thus ending the fleet grounding that began in late May. Dassault Aviation CEO Charles Edelstenne says he expects the entire fleet will be upgraded and resume operations within a couple of weeks. At the request of Dassault, EASA and FAA issued emergency airworthiness directives to ground the fleet after a Falcon 7X suffered “an uncontrolled pitch trim runaway ...

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