Dassault Aviation takes part in India Aviation 2016, from March 16 to 20, at Hyderabad, India.
After the success of the exhibition “India Aviation 2014″, the India Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Government of India, in cooperation with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, organize the fifth edition of this international conference on civil aviation.
Dassault is the Indian market leader for large cabin, long range aircraft, with 22 aircraft currently in service and several more on order. This position stems in part from the Indian Air Force’s long experience with Dassault fighters, whose advanced technologies, notably digital flight control, served as the basis for that on the Falcon 7X. “We expect the country’s accelerating economic growth to translate into rising Falcon sales going forward,” said Dassault Aviation Chairman/CEO Eric Trappier. “No other business jet line is more suited to local requirements, whether it be in terms of cabin design, flying performance, fuel economy or versatility, than Falcon.”
On the Static display, you can discover a Falcon 2000LXS.