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Dassault selects GlobalJet Services to support legacy Falcons
Nearly 1,000 'classic' Falcon aircraft are still in operation, including the 10, 20, 20-5, 50, 50EX, 2000, 2000EX, 900 and 900EX models. GlobalJet Services will train technicians and flight crew to keep them flying.
CEO of GlobalJet Services JD McHenry and Dassault Falcon Jet's VP of customer service John Loh.

GlobalJet Services of Avon, Connecticut has been selected by Dassault Aviation as an authorised technical training provider for out-of-production Falcon aircraft, including the Falcon 10, 20, 20-5, 50, 50EX, 2000, 2000EX, 900 and 900EX models.

The agreement will increase the options for technicians seeking to improve their knowledge and skills when maintaining 'classic' Falcon aircraft. GlobalJet Services specialises in on-location aviation maintenance and professional development training.

VP of customer service for Dassault Falcon Jet John Loh says: “We have nearly 1,000 classic Falcon aircraft operating around the world, many of them in service since the 1960s and 1970s. GlobalJet Services will play a key role in ensuring the overall support that our passionate classic Falcon operators expect of our worldwide customer service network.”

The three-year training service level agreement covers practical and theoretical mechanical and avionics training for Dassault customers, employees and affiliates. GlobalJet Services has been in operation since 1992 and its Falcon-focused team of instructors has close to a century of combined experience working on classic models.

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