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July 04, 2021

Third Falcon 6X Joins Busy Test Program

The First 6X Flew On March 10 And The Second On April 30

A third Falcon 6X recently took flight and joined Dassault Aviation’s flight test campaign, moving the new long-range extra widebody twin a step closer to anticipated certification in 2022. Falcon 6X s/n 003 is fitted with a full interior and will be used for cabin design validation. The aircraft completed a two-hour maiden flight from Dassault’s Bordeaux-Mérignac final assembly plant to its Istres flight test facility on June 24, climbing to Flight Level 400 and accelerating to a cruise speed of Mach 0.85.

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Bombardier Announces Its Largest Business Jet Order of the Year

Sale Includes 10 Aircraft Worth $451.8M US

Bombardier’s family of business jets just got a ringing endorsement... in the form of cold hard cash... for 10 airplanes! Bombardier has confirmed that it has received a firm order for 10 aircraft from an existing customer. For competitive reasons, the order mix will also remain undisclosed at this time. This agreement represents a total value of $451.8 million U.S., according to current list prices.

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Gulfstream Makes Final G550 Commercial Delivery

The G550 Entered Service In 2003

It is, again, the end of a notable era. Gulfstream has recently delivered the final commercial Gulfstream G550 to an international customer, further increasing the worldwide fleet of more than 600 G550s already in service. The delivery took place June 30. “For nearly two decades, the G550 has been exceeding customer expectations,” said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream.

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Classic Aero-TV: EFX Applied Technology - Saving Lives by Sensing Danger

From 2018 (YouTube Version): Interactive Personal Alert Systems Work Day And Night

Among the vendors at AirVenture 2018 was EFX Applied Technology, which makes Interactive Personal Alert systems for use in areas where people might encounter unanticipated safety hazards. Company founder Stan Ross told Aero-News that the company's technology saves lives by "alerting people to invisible dangers." Those can include jet engine intakes, spinning helicopter rotors, airplane propellers and other such hazards. The Interactive Personal Al

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