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Heron expands Dassault offering with the Falcon 2000
As the Falcon 2000's home airport is located in Cascais, Portugal, customers in this part of Europe are now able to request the aircraft, which can be at the airport of their choice within a short time.
The Dassault Falcon 2000 is the newest addition to Heron's fleet.
Read this story in our October 2021 printed issue.

Heron Aviation has expanded its fleet with the addition of a Falcon 2000. The aircraft joins its growing charter fleet alongside two Falcon 900EXs and one Falcon 900LX.

Managing director of Heron Aviation, Martin Helbling says: “The addition of the aircraft to our fleet allows Heron to continue to prove itself as an expert in this type of aircraft. I am proud of our Heron team, and we are looking forward to offer this aircraft to our charter and management customers.”

As the Falcon's home airport is located in Cascais, Portugal, customers in this part of Europe are now able to request the Falcon 2000, which can be at the airport of their choice within a short time.

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