Dassault Postpones Falcon Deliveries

Aviation International News » February 2009
January 28, 2009, 7:13 AM

Dassault in late December downgraded its 2008 delivery planning for Falcons, citing new FAA “constraints” and stricter enforcement of regulations. As a result, some deliveries have been postponed to the first quarter of this year. Meanwhile, Dassault has reached a “definitive agreement” with Alcatel-Lucent on the latter’s shares in avionics specialist Thales. The ?1.57 billion ($2.2 billion) deal should close next spring. Dassault will then own 26 percent of Thales, ranking second after the French state.

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