Dassault Falcon to present full line of aircraft at NBAA
Oct. 5, 2011, Teterboro, N.J. - Dassault Falcon will present its full lineup of large cabin aircraft during the 64th Annual NBAA Convention from October 10-12 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Falcon 2000LX, Falcon 900LX and Falcon 7X will be on display at Henderson Airport. The Las Vegas Convention Center will feature Dassault Falcon’s Customer Service teams and initiatives.
The 2000LX will showcase one of three new BMW DesignworksUSA interior that will be one of three standard choices in the recently announced Falcon 2000S; the Falcon 900LX will feature the newly certified EASy II cockpit and the Falcon 7X, which is the first business jet to feature a digital flight control system, will also be on display.
The static display also will feature a unique ‘touch table’, an interactive experience that demonstrates the performance features of the Falcon fleet and can produce customizable presentations for each user. Features for each presentation include range maps, interior options, performance figures and more for each current production Falcon.
Additionally, Dassault Falcon will conduct a one day M&O meeting on Tuesday, October 11 starting with a one hour General Session at 10 am followed by pilot sessions and model specific technical sessions. Each meeting will feature an open discussion and Q&A format.
Also on Tuesday, October 11, Dassault Falcon will hold its annual invitation-only ‘Falcon Family Breakfast’ which will feature company and program updates from Dassault executives as well as a guest presenter. This year’s guest is Andre Borschberg, CEO and Founder of Solar Impulse. Solar Impulse hopes to be the first to circumnavigate the Earth in a fixed-wing solar powered aircraft. Dassault Aviation is the ‘Aeronautical Advisor’ to the Solar Impulse team. A team of experts from the company takes part in major design reviews and offers input and guidance on main
disciplines such as aerodynamics, structures and performance among others. Dassault has also made available its design office specialists to Solar Impulse engineers.