From The Archives: Dassault/Pan American Falcon F Makes Maximum Performance Landing
The cover of the Dec. 14, 1970 issue of Aviation Week & Space Technology shows a Dassault Falcon F with Pan American World Airways livery, uses a drag chute while making a maximum performance landing at Teterboro, N.J. The chute generally is used only in emergencies or during icy runway conditions. Shortfield capabilities of corporate turbojet aircraft such as the Falcon F, contributed to increased use of U.S. company-owned aircraft for travel abroad.
If you're a subscriber, you can read the full issue, and you'll find on page 24, a story about the Falcon 10 completing first flight tests. On pages 64 and 65 there are more business aviation focused stories.
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