Dassault Lifts Curtain On Biggest, Most Advanced Falcon Yet

When Dassault Aviation launched design studies for a new business jet in 2006, it intended to develop a midsized aircraft to compete against Bombardier’s Challenger 300, Gulfstream’s G250 (now G280) and Embraer’s Legacy 600. Within two years, world financial markets plummeted, and with them, demand...

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