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Falcon 100 lands on Harmony Jets' Maltese AOC
Busy times for Harmony Jets; it has added a new Falcon 100 to its fleet, launched its approved training organisation and has completed a C-check on a Falcon 50.
Passengers have three articulating seats, a three place divan with two side-facing seats up front.
Read this story in our September 2022 printed issue.

Harmony Jets added a sixth Falcon to its fleet at the end of July. The Falcon 100, registration 9H-HMJ, arrived from Canada at the company's Lyon-Bron workshop, where the team is currently working on making it ready to operate under Maltese AOC.

The Falcon 100 is the fastest light jet ever produced, and also one of the most modern and innovative built by Dassault. It can carry eight passengers, with a configuration of three fully articulating seats, a three place divan and two place side-facing seats forward.

The company's training centre officially launched its ATO (Approved Training Organisation) at the beginning of May 2022, and has already trained five pilots. The next step will see it submit a training programme to the French Civil Aviation Authority, DGAC, to allow it to train Falcon 100 Instructors. The first batch of Falcon 100 crew finished their training in July.

Harmony Aircraft Services completed a C check on the company's Falcon 50 in June and it is now sporting the new company livery. Worldwide operations are resumed and it is once again flying to destinations in Pakistan as well as its usual African airports.