Dassault Aviation is displaying a Falcon 2000S business jet in the static display area of Aero India. The Falcon 2000 twin-engine business aircraft has long been popular with Indian operators for its reliability, cabin comfort, hot-and-high capability and low operating cost.
Also, on display is the first Falcon 2000 nose section produced by the Dassault Reliance Aerospace Limited (DRAL) manufacturing facility in Nagpur, India.
“In addition to their unrivalled combination of range, agility and airport performance, the reputation of Falcon jets in India and the surrounding region rests on Dassault Aviation’s half century of experience supplying the Indian Air Force with sturdy, technologically advanced fighters for its frontline combat aircraft requirements,” said Eric Trappier, Chairman & CEO of Dassault Aviation.
The first fuselage front section of Falcon 2000 series aircraft produced by DRAL is soon to be delivered to Dassault Aviation’s Falcon final assembly line, in France.
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