First Falcon 6X business jet arrives at Dassault completion center
Dassault Aviation, a French aircraft manufacturer, has ferried their first extra widebody business jet to their completion center in Arkansas, United States.
The Falcon 6X (registered as F-WZOC, serial number 5) lifted off from Dassault's production site in Merignac, France, to its US facility on January 28th.
While this jet is based on the Falcon 5X, the Falcon 6X has an extended front fuselage, making its cabin 51 centimeters (1'8") longer than it's predecessor. It's also equipped with a nitrogen inerting system. Its arrival marks a new milestone for the company and the jet is expected to enter into service later this year.
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