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Falcons and Hawkers go for Axxess
The new Hawker 900XP and Hawker 750 will enter service with the option to be equipped with AirCell Axxess. And Dassault has begun factory deliveries of Falcons with Axxess installations on the 2000EX EASy,

The new Hawker 900XP and Hawker 750 will enter service with the option to be equipped with AirCell Axxess. And Dassault has begun factory deliveries of Falcons with Axxess installations on the 2000EX EASy, the 900DX, the 900EX EASy and the 7X.

"We are seeing a large number of customers opting for the AirCell Axxess system when selecting the equipment on their new aircraft," says Eric Monsel, vp programs, Dassault Falcon Jet. The systems installed include two built-in channels or Iridium satellite communications and a special call alerting system.

"Due to the system's 'network neutral' design the Falcons are also provisioned for the AirCell broadband system when that equipment and service becomes available next year," says Jean-Luc Rosenfeld, the European sales manager of AirCell.

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