Civil Dassault aircraft

Mystère-Falcon 10-100

In the early 1970s, the Falcon 10 was the fastest business aircraft. It made its maiden flight at Bordeaux-Mérignac on December 1, 1970.

Mystere-Falcon 20-200

The Mystère 20 was a ten-passenger twin-engine aircraft, able to fly at cruising speed of Mach 0.8. It completed its maiden flight on May 4, 1963 piloted by René Bigand.

Falcon 2000

The Falcon 2000 is a wide-body transcontinental twin-engine aircraft carrying up to 19 passengers.

Falcon 30-40

The Mystère 30, equipped with two Lycoming ALF 502D jet engines made its first flight on May 11, 1973 at Mérignac piloted by Jean Coureau and Jerome Résal.

Falcon 50

The Falcon 50, the first transatlantic aircraft, completed its maiden flight in Mérignac on November 7, 1976, piloted by Hervé Leprince-Ringuet and Gérard Joyeuse.

Falcon 900

The Falcon 900 took off for the first time on 21 September 1984, with Hervé Leprince-Ringuet and Jérôme Résal in the cockpit.

MD 320

A light twin-engine transport (for 8 to 12 passengers), its aerodynamics were derived from the Communauté and its wings from the Mystère 20.

MD 80

The MD 80 ABC, with its 240 hp Renault 6-Q engine made its first flight at Melun-Villaroche on October 16, 1950, piloted by Kostia Rozanoff.


The prototype of the Mercure 100 made its maiden flight from Mérignac on 28th May 1971 with a crew including Jean Coureau, Jérôme Résal, Gérard Joyeuse.