A brand-new Dassault Falcon 6X has recently joined the fleet of aircraft available for charter.

After the delivery of the aircraft at the Dassault Falcon Jet Center in Little Rock, Arkansas, USA, the newest addition to the Albinati Aeronautics fleet completed its first flight fueled by SAF (Sustainable Aviation Fuel) at maximum capacity to its base in Geneva, Switzerland (LSGG). 

The widebody business jet then successfully completed its inaugural commercial flight on July 1, 2024, from Malta Airport to Geneva Airport. 

Captain Charles Pace, Director General Civil Aviation Directorate within Transport Malta, greeted the crew and high-ranking officials from Albinati Aeronautics. Captain Pace expressed gratitude to CEO Stefano Albinati for the investment and to the airline staff and CAD personnel for their efficient work in adding the aircraft to the registry. He wished the company continued success and looked forward to further expansion. The arrival of the Falcon 6X marks a milestone for Albinati Aeronautics, which is positioning itself at the forefront of the business aviation industry in Europe and worldwide. This state-of-the-art aircraft underlines it’s commitment to growth and excellence, offering new opportunities and strategic advantages.