On December 1, 1972, as the number of Falcon aircraft sold or ordered in North America continued to grow, AMD-BA, Dassault International and Pan American, the launch customer for the Falcon 20, decided to strengthen their position in the market by jointly creating a new company: the U.S.-based Falcon Jet Corporation (FJC).
In 1974, FJC bought Little Rock Airmotive, a 61,500 square foot hangar and office space, and integrated it into its worldwide production line. It became one of FJC's divisions, responsible for modifying and outfitting aircraft flown from Mérignac for the U.S. market, as well as upgrading older models.
1980 : At the request of Pan American, which was going through a financial crisis, Dassault-Breguet bought out its 50% stake in the Falcon Jet Corporation, thus becoming the sole shareholder.
1988 : Midway Aircraft Instruments Co. is created as a subsidiary of Industrial Procurement Services (IPS), a unit of Dassault Industries. Located in the Teterboro airport area, Midway performs instrumentation work for Falcon jet Corporation as well as many other companies and airlines. In 2013, Midway moved to North Carolina.