News | 01/10/2024 Take off: Falcon 6X starts operation

Falcon 6X flight exhibition at Paris Air Show 2023 - © Dassault Aviation - M. Douhaire

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Cabin of the Falcon 6X on Dassault Aviation’s civil aircraft static display - © Dassault Aviation - A. Daste

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The Falcon 6X has been certified by EASA and FAA and entered into Service at the end of November 2023 - © Dassault Aviation - A. Pecchi

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After more than 1,500 flight hours and a two-year test phase, Dassault Aviation’s Falcon 6X entered into service on November 30, 2023.

As a solution provider, Liebherr delivers the integrated air management system for the comfort of passengers and crew on board the all-new business jet and is preparing a dedicated cabin air humidification system to be proposed later on. With a range of 10,200 km (5,500 miles), the fully certified Falcon 6X features the tallest and widest cabin in the long-haul business jet segment. The airplane can accommodate up to 16 passengers with added comfort and more room for teamwork.

The relationship between Dassault and Liebherr is seven decades strong with Liebherr developing, manufacturing and servicing major systems and components for various Dassault aircraft, including all members of the Falcon family, such as the 7X, 8X, 10X, 900, 2000/2000EX and the 50EX.