(Le Bourget, France, May 22, 2014) – Dassault Falcon Service has successfully completed its 80th EASy II flight deck upgrade. The project was performed on a Dassault Falcon 7X at the DFS facility in Paris-Le Bourget, France in early May.


EASy II provides pilots with a combination of new hardware and software features that markedly enhance communication, navigation and weather mapping capabilities, Available on both new and in-operation aircraft, the upgrade reduces pilot workload and enhances operational safety as well as aircraft efficiency, affording a significant improvement for Falcon operators.


“The Dassault Falcon Service team completed the EASy II upgrade in record time, minimizing the impact on the customer’s operating schedule,” says Jean Kayanakis, DFS General Manager. “We are proud to be the leader in providing this avionics upgrade for operators in the Europe, Middle East and Africa market”.


Dassault Falcon Service offers a wide range of retrofit solutions that allow Falcon owners to keep their aircraft up to date with the latest Dassault standards. For instance, since the certification of EASy II, Falcon operators have been requesting more new Satcoms capabilities such as Future Air Navigation System 1/A (FANS 1/A+) and Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Contract (ADS-C).


Press Contact: Dassault Falcon Service (Le Bourget – France)

Nadège HARTWECK – Tel: +33 1 49 34 22 58 – Email: nadege.hartweck@dassault-falcon.com

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About Dassault Falcon Service

Dassault Falcon Service (DFS) is one of the leading maintenance, repair and overhaul facilities in Europe. The company offers scheduled and unscheduled maintenance through all levels of inspections, major modifications – such as interiors, avionics, and entertainment – on all types of Falcons. In addition, Dassault Falcon Service provides FBO services and operates a fleet of 8 Falcons. Dassault Falcon Service is a subsidiary of Dassault Aviation based on Paris-Le Bourget airport and set up in 1967.