Dassault Aviation: Famous Falcons


Dassault Aviation is a leading manufacturer and producer of smaller sized jet aircraft. This French company was founded in 1929 by Marcel Bloch with the original name as Societe des Avions Marcel Bloch. It was not until 1990 where the company was renamed to Dassault Aviation. Currently, Dassault Aviation is owned by the Dassault Group, Airbus Group,and Private investors. Dassault Aviation produces military, regional, and business jets in which countries all across the world use for their aerospace needs. The public company employs over 11,600 people and has met over 4.5 Billion Euros in yearly revenue and over 487 Million Euros in net income. A primary source of their success comes from their most popular family of aircraft, the Dassault Falcon.

The Dassault Falcon aircraft family is a series of business jets that are the most popular of the company's products. Models include the Dassault Falcon 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 7X, 100, 200, 900, 2000, Cargo Jet, Guardian, and 5X. These families of jets are primarily used for commercial/charter use. Along with personal business jet use, companies such as Federal Express use the aircraft for air express package delivery service out of their distribution centers. Dassault Falcon jets are also used for Military and Defense purposes. Many countries across the world use them for defense purposes. Primary users include the French Navy, United States Coast Guard, Japan Coast Guard, Nigerian Air Force, and the Royal Malaysian Air Force.

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