Dassault Ramps Up AOG Services

Dassault Aviation has expanded its AOG support services by launching a new airborne response unit.

Dassault Aviation has expanded its AOG support services by launching a new airborne response unit.

France-headquartered Dassault will use two Falcon 900 aircraft, one based at Teterboro airport, New Jersey and the other at Le Bourget near Paris, to fly its maintenance teams to ailing aircraft, as well as offer transport for stranded passengers.

The Teterboro-based 900 will serve North America, Central America and parts of South America and the Le Bourget-based aircraft will cover Europe, Russia, North Africa and the Middle East. 

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