Dassault Aviation took the wraps off its 5,500-nm Falcon 6X at a day-long technical briefing at Paris Le Bourget Airport on Feb. 28. The new, top-of-the-line Falcon is slated for first flight in 2021 and entry into service in 2022. By all measures, the Falcon 6X will be the most technologically advanced, roomiest and most comfortable business aircraft yet produced by the French manufacturer. The aircraft succeeds the abandoned Falcon 5X project that Dassault originally intended to deliver ...

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