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Itw Eric Trappier 1st flight 8X

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Script : Interview of Eric Trappier Chairman and CEO of Dassault Aviation

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Interview of Eric Trappier Chairman and CEO of Dassault Aviation after the first flight of the new Falcon 8X, Bordeaux-Mérignac, France. February, 6, 2015.

Interview of Eric Trappier Chairman and CEO of Dassault Aviation after the first flight of the new Falcon 8X, Bordeaux-Mérignac, France. February, 6, 2015.

Language : EN

Tags : AERONAUTICS | DASSAULT AVIATION | BUSINESS JET | FALCON 8X | ERIC TRAPPIER

Location : Bordeaux-Mérignac, France

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