Falcon Jets: DFJ’s APAC Sales Team on the Regional Market, Technology and the Impact of Covid-19

by Global Sky Team

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ASG’s Max Buirski sits down with Dassault Falcon’s Asia Pacific sales team to discuss the regional business jet market, how China is getting back to work, incorporating military technology into civilian aircraft, winning government tenders, the coming 6X design and production, how a salesperson should deal with being unable to visit customers and the future of aircraft sales and marketing in the age of Covid-19.

Main Content


The impact of Covid-19 on OEMs, their workforce, production, vendors and support


Where China is today several months after the Covid-19 outbreak


Why Falcon has have been successful in China


Why it’s possible the Covid-19 crisis will increase the demand for business jet use by HNWIs, despite the economic impact


It’s not all about China, customers in South East Asia are moving into larger aircraft and that sector is becoming just as important


The importance of technology, Dassault’s roots are in military combat aircraft and the transfer of that capability into civilian products


Falcon’s success selling aircraft to the Australian and Japanese Governments


Emphasis on technology in a business jet


The Falcon 6X


Why Asia is not ‘one region’ and how to market and sell in such a diverse part of the world


How OEM sales teams should adapt to travel restrictions, air show cancellations and the ‘new normal’


Why even with today’s electronic communication it’s still essential to meet your customers ‘face-to-face’


How VR technology might eventually change the nature of aircraft sales and marketing


The impact of Covid-19 on salespeople who are used to traveling most of the year


Asia-Pacific COVID-19 Dassault Dassault Aviation DFJ Falcon Jean-Michel Jacob Jerome Desmazures

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