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Dassault Inaugurates New Maintenance Facility in Catarina, Brazil

May 10, 2024
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May 4, 2024
Dassault Announces 2024 Falcon Regional M&O Schedule

The seminars will kick off on April 10 in Toluca, Mexico and April 10-11 in Paris, France and will round out with two-day events in Dallas, Texas and Greenwich, Connecticut on April 24-25 and May 14-15.

As last year, the events will feature an expanded format intended to make more information available to operators and increase opportunities for them to meet and exchange insights and experience.

Apr 8, 2024
Dassault Aviation has opened a major new maintenance, repair, and overhaul facility In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, that will greatly enhance service for Falcon operators in Southeast Asia.

Operating under the ExecuJet brand, the state-of-the-art factory service center will be able to support 10-15 aircraft at one time, including Dassault’s largest aircraft, the Falcon 6X, which recently entered service, and the larger 10X, which will reach the market in 2027. The ExecuJet MRO network is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dassault Aviation.

The 149,500-ft2 Kuala Lumpur center will serve as a hub of business aviation support for the entire Asia Pacific region, where business jets are being used more widely than ever before. The facility was custom designed to support business aircraft and includes advanced features such as a built-in overhead crane for aircraft engine changes. It replaces a smaller facility originally built for aircraft undercover parking.

Mar 29, 2024
Dassault’s Falcon 6X long-range twinjet will be on display for the first time at the Singapore Air Show, opening February 20 at the Changi Exhibition Centre. The aircraft will be showcased alongside Dassault’s ultra-versatile Falcon 2000LXS.

Feb 9, 2024
Passenger – and pilot-centric, the Falcon 6X reflects the ultimate evolution of Dassault’s legendary aircraft heritage.

Jan 23, 2024
Dassault to Establish New MRO at BRAZIL'S FIRST PRIVATE
in early 2024

Jan 9, 2024

#Falcon6X World Testing Tour
Oct 19, 2022

Dassault Falcon Service Mérignac Celebrates Fifth Anniversary, and Expands Service to Handle Additional Falcon Models

Dassault Falcon Service Mérignac, the Falcon factory service center adjacent to Dassault Aviation’s final assembly facility near Bordeaux, celebrates its fifth year in operation.

DFS Mérignac opened in 2016 to serve large-cabin, long-range Falcon 7X and 8X trijets. The 7,500 sq meter, six-bay facility has been operating at maximum capacity for most of that time and has completed 35 of the 53 Falcon 7X C-checks accomplished by DFS over that period.

The C-check is the most extensive inspection operation, and for a Falcon 7X takes a minimum of six weeks to complete. It is performed after every eight years or 4,000 hours of service and is often accompanied by additional upgrades such as complete paint, Satcom Ka-band installation, avionics retrofits or refurbishment work.

Staffed by a crew of 62, the Mérignac center is equipped to handle structural repair, cabin refurbishment and modifications, avionics upgrades, carpentry and paintwork, in addition to heavy maintenance. It is now being expanded to service additional models, including the Falcon 900EX EASy and 2000EX EASy and Dassault’s new extra-widebody Falcon 6X, due to enter operation in 2022.

“The Mérignac facility has proved indispensable in multiple ways,” said Jean Kayanakis, senior vice president, worldwide Falcon customer service & service center network. “It has helped taking some of the heavy maintenance load off DFS’s busy Paris/Le Bourget facility. Besides, as the service facility most closely linked to our production and engineering teams, it is ideally suited to resolve complex maintenance issues. With the Dassault Aviation customer service organization now relocated from Paris to Mérignac, the service center has also become a resource for supporting maintenance solutions worldwide. Customers also appreciate its location just outside the attractive city of Bordeaux.”

Dassault Aviation operates 40 factory service centers and 20 authorized service facilities around the world. This capability, reinforced by the acquisition of the TAG and ExecuJet MRO networks, has helped make the company the number one OEM in Aviation International News’ annual support survey three years in a row.

Dec. 21, 2021

Falcon 6X Premiere

Dec. 8, 2021