Dassault Aviation to exhibit at Cannes AirShow. Falcon 2000LX will display on static.

Monday 16th April 2012

Cannes, April 16 2012 - At this year's meeting of the Cannes AirShow, June 7 to 9, 2012 at Cannes Mandelieu Airport, the only dedicated General Aviation Exhibition in France will welcome Dassault Aviation as an exhibitor for the first time.

In its debut presence at the show Dassault Aviation will present the Falcon 2000LX to visitors and will join the strong line-up of leading general and business aviation manufacturers already signed up for the show. Dassault will exhibit alongside Embraer Executive Jets, Cessna, Hawker Beechcraft, Piaggio Aero, Pilatus, Daher Socata, Cirrus, Piper Aircraft, Tecnam, amongst many others.

With over 200 exhibitors expected for 2012 (a 10% increase on the 2011 show) this year promises to be the most successful Cannes AirShow yet, and follows hard on the heels of the success of the first Abu Dhabi Airport Expo arranged by the show organisers in March 2012. Didier Mary, show director commented, "the presence of such an important French manufacturer adds further gravitas to the show, now in its sixth year, and we are delighted to welcome Dassault to the static display."

More than 10,000 pilots, aviation enthusiasts, suppliers, manufacturers and visitors are expected to attend this year's show to celebrate its sixth birthday and to take part in the 100th Anniversary celebrations of Cannes International Airport.

About Dassault Aviation:

Dassault Aviation is one of the major players in the global aviation industry. The privately owned international group has a presence in more than 70 countries across 5 continents. Dassault Aviation is the only group in the world that designs, manufactures and sells both combat aircraft and business jets. Products include the Rafale, Falcon range, nEUROn, and Mirage.

About Cannes AirShow:

The only general aviation exhibition in France, Cannes AirShow brings together in one place leading players to discover the latest news and industrial innovations. The exhibition is primarily oriented towards owners, pilots, flying clubs, enthusiasts and professionals from within the world of general aviation. Visitors principally attend from France, Luxembourg, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Africa and Russia.


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