Dassault thinks big: what next for the Falcon family?

The Dassault Falcon family has long been renowned for its elegance, matching performance with style. Now the company is looking to capitalise on that heritage with its most spacious jets yet, as James Ronayne explains

Sixty years after the first flight of the Falcon 20, Dassault Aviation is ushering in a new era with a pair of twinjets which, the French manufacturer claims, will raise the bar for private aviation. The Falcon 10X and 6X both couple large cabins with long-range performance, building on the most popular aspects of Dassault’s previous designs and incorporating new and innovative technologies intended to improve both comfort and safety.


The Falcon 10X

Dassault’s newest model sits at the top end of the private jet market, an area traditionally dominated by North America’s Bombardier and Gulfstream. 

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