Helping the rich, famous, or merely busy soar to new heights, Dassault Falcon Jet supports and sells the Falcon family of business jets. The company provides finishing services to its parent Dassault Aviation, which builds Falcon 7X, 900LX, 2000LX, and other models in France then flies them to its Dassault Falcon-operated facilities in the US for painting and interior installation. In addition, the company offers engine maintenance, spare parts and tools distribution, and special equipment testing, as well as pilot and maintenance training and sales of pre-owned aircraft.
In addition to outright sales, Dassault Falcon Jet offers fractional ownership programs. Its Dassault Falcon Service unit offers jet charters and fixed-base operations (or FBO) services, including refueling, terminal, and other ground services. The company operates from airports and facilities in New Jersey, Arkansas, Delaware, and Florida.
Dassault Falcon Jet has a geographic presence in 80 countries, including Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Mexico, the Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa?, Spain, the UAE, the UK, and the US. Dassault is the market leader in the Brazilian large cabin business jet segment with about a 60% share of that a market.
Sales and Marketing
The company sells to private, corporate, federal, and military customers. It services its business jets through authorized service centers, company-owned service centers, and company-owned satellite service centers around the world.
Dassault Falcon Jet and its parent hope to keep sales ascending in coming years by designing and developing new business jets. The company's newer models include the mid-sized Falcon 2000S and the eco-friendly Falcon 2000LX, which has a maximum range of 4,800 nautical miles and is lighter and more fuel-efficient than some competitors' jets. Other new models include the Falcon 900 EASy Series and the Falcon 900DX.
In 2014 Dassault Falcon Jet saw growing strength in Southeast Asia and invested in and around the region to better serve its expanding Asian customer base and prepare for future growth. In addition, Dassault Falcon Jet opened a service center at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport in 2013. The new location allows the company to expand its maintenance operations in Moscow, an important hub for serving Russian-based and temporary executive aircraft. The service center serves Falcon 7X and Falcon 900 EASy Series aircraft.
In 2013 the company also announced plans to spend $60 million to expand its Little Rock completions center by 250,000 sq. ft. by 2016.
More than 2,200 Falcon jets have be completed since Dassault began production in 1965.