Posted on: 12 June 2018 by Kimberley Young
The Dassault Falcon Service (DFS) fixed base operation (FBO) at Paris-Le Bourget Airport has undergone a makeover that the company believes will improve the comfort and quality of services offered to passengers and crew members travelling through the airport.
The refurbished FBO features a redesigned crew lounge with a large and bright open space, a shower room and a private zone where crew members can relax.
Dubbed the ‘snooze room’, the private zone is equipped with a zero-gravity position energy pod offering specially composed sleep music with a gentle wake sequence of programmed lights and vibrations. Other features include a revamped meeting room and a new crew work zone equipped with TV screens and high-speed internet access.
The facility is part of the Air Elite network, and the FBO handles around 5,000 aircraft movements a year and serves a wide range of aircraft.
The FBO is located adjacent to DFS’s Le Bourget maintenance, repair and overhaul facility, which supplies a range of maintenance, cabin interior upgrade, STC and air charter services for Falcon users in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.