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News: Dassault Falcon 8X At South Africa Air Show

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  1. Dassault Falcon 8X At South Africa Air Show
    French airframer Dassault Falcon will be present in South Africa at the 2018 edition of Africa Aerospace & Defence (AAD) Expo. Naturally it will be the first appearance of the Falcon 8X at the show since the aircraft is as new as it is. Dassault's three engined Falcons are very popular among African operators, who highly value their flexibility, reliability and operating economy. Demand has been especially strong of late for pre-owned trijets, in particular Falcon 900 models.
  2. "Though challenging, the African market remains dynamic for both new and second hand Falcon jets, whose robustness, agility and efficiency are highly valued in the region", said Olivier Villa, Executive Senior VP, Civil Aircraft for Dassault Aviation. "And as the average age of the regional fleet increases, we see strong opportunities ahead for replacement sales, in particular for the Falcon 8X." Dassault Falcon has service presence and capability in Africa. The company's affiliate, Dassault Falcon Service, recently opened a satellite service station in Lome, Togo as part of a steady expansion of the regional product support network. The new facility complements a pair of authorized service centers in Johannesburg and Lagos. Falcon Response is also available to clients on the continent. African customers who call Falcon Response are able to tap into Dassault's comprehensive portfolio of AOG services. Several operators from the region have benefited from the dedicated Falcon 900 missions made available by Falcon Response to handle AOG situations and if necessary provide alternative lift – an industry first.

    For more information:

    Dassault Falcon Jet Corporation
    Teterboro Airport
    200 Riser Road
    Little Ferry, NJ 07643
    www.dassaultfalcon.com

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