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The last we’ve seen of Carenado’s work-in-progress Falcon 50 was back in September. This month, they’re back with a plethora of in-sim previews of the fully textured and modeled interior, cockpit and exterior over on their Facebook page. The Dassault Falcon 50 is a French-made, long-range, business trijet primarily used by wealthy corporate individuals and Air Forces around the world. From the previews, we can see that the Falcon 50 is retrofitted with Carenado’s own Proline 21 avionics. Texture-wise, it looks immaculate as always just like with most of Carenado’s add-ons having the aircraft interior fully-textured all the way to the back of the of the fuselage with detail all over. We don’t have much information on the Falcon 50 regarding a release date or full feature list but a release may be very likely on the horizon by the look of these previews. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/previews/new-carenado-falcon-50-previews/
Dassault will have to wait still longer for the Falcon 5X to join its 7X and 8X siblings in service. It could be a few weeks before the extent of the 5X’s new engine problems becomes clear. LINK TO SOURCE: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/business-aviation/2017-10-09/falcon-5x-facing-potential-program-delay
When Dassault rolled out the first Falcon 5X in June 2015, those invited were treated to a show where dancers used a series of mirrors to create a shape that when viewed from above, turned into the letter X. After this a screen parted, and the Falcon 5X finally started appearing through a bank of dry ice. LINK TO SOURCE: https://corporatejetinvestor.com/articles/falcon-five-x-flies-555/