Dassault Falcon is offering its FalconBroadcast airborne aircraft health-monitoring service for the in-production Falcon 900LX, Falcon 2000LX and the new Falcon 2000LXS. In service EASy aircraft can have their service activated at any Dassault Falcon authorized service center.
Falcon operators have additional support from Dassault Aircraft Services (DAS) with the opening of a new satellite service station in Van Nuys, Calif. It will provide troubleshooting and line maintenance for all Falcon 50s, 900s and 2000s as well as the Falcon 7X.
Dassault Falcon’s new FalconBroadcast airborne health monitoring service is available on all EASy-equipped Falcon 900s and 2000s, the company announced today. FalconBroadcast enables operators to address unscheduled maintenance events in flight, with the help of automated real-time troubleshooting tools and satellite links, allowing the issue to be resolved as soon as the aircraft lands. In-service EASy aircraft can have their service activated at any Dassault Falcon-authorized service center.
Dassault Falcon will host 11 regional maintenance & operations (M&O) seminars in seven countries this year. Regional seminars provide Falcon operators an opportunity to communicate directly with Dassault’s specialists, engineering teams and pilots. Dassault specialists will be on hand to demonstrate the company’s latest service products and programs, including EASy II, electronic flight bags and cabin entertainment systems.
EASA certified the Falcon 2000S and Falcon 2000LXS large-cabin business jets on Monday, Dassault CEO Eric Trappier announced today during the firm’s annual press event in Paris. The manufacturer previously predicted Falcon 2000S certification last year, while the EASA’s nod for the Falcon 2000LXS was anticipated for the first half of this year.
TAG Aviation can now help its aircraft maintenance clients benefit from a supplemental type certificate that the European Aviation Safety Agency has granted for installation of high-Mach blended winglets for the Falcon 2000/2000EX and 900. TAG installs the winglets, made by Aviation Partners, at its Geneva Airport facility.
Dassault Falcon celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Falcon 2000 this week at the Abu Dhabi Air Expo 2013. The first flight of the large-cabin Falcon twinjet took place in March 1993 in Bordeaux-Mérignac, France.
Dassault Falcon has received EASA approval for a supplemental type certificate to install ADS-B Out (automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast out) on Falcon 50EXs and classic Falcon 2000s equipped with Pro Line 4 avionics. With this STC, Falcon operators can take advantage of the safety and operational improvements of the new technology before the mandated compliance dates set by airworthiness authorities. The EASA certification follows FAA approval, which was received for both aircraft within the past year.
ExecuJet Europe is relocating most of its accounting and information technology departments from the group’s Zurich, Switzerland headquarters to its new global operations center at Cambridge Airport in the UK. Last year, the business aviation services group transferred its aircraft operations department to Cambridge.
The latest move of ExecuJet personnel to the UK coincides with the appointment of Gerrit Basson as managing director of ExecuJet Europe. He is replacing Cedric Migeon, who is staying in Switzerland to start his own aviation consultancy business.
Duncan Aviation recently certified the installation of an L-3 Communications Avionics Systems GH-3900.2 electronic standby instrument system (including a Securaplane standby instruments backup battery) for the Dassault Falcon 2000 and 2000EX. The installation was done in conjunction with a Pro Line 4 to 21 upgrade. “This installation and certification demonstrates the advantage our organization designation authorization team provides.