Dassault Falcon

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The Dassault Falcon is a family of business jets, manufactured by Dassault Aviation. July 2017 saw the 2,500th Falcon delivered – a Falcon 900LX – since the first Falcon 20 was handed over to a customer in 1965.[1] The fleet has accumulated 17.8 million hours of flight time with approximately 1,230 operators in 90 countries and as of July 2017 more than 2,100 Falcons are in service.[1] Dassault offers the midsize Falcon 2000S/LXS twinjet, the long-range Falcon 900LX trijet and ultra-long range Falcon 7X/8X trijets; and is developing the long-range Falcon 5X twinjet, set for introduction in 2020.

Aircraft[edit]

  • Dassault Falcon 10, 1970–1989: scaled down Falcon 20, later versions known as Falcon 100, 1,920 nm range
  • Dassault Falcon 20, 1963-1988: original model in family of aircraft, later versions known as Falcon 200, 1,810 nm range
  • Dassault Falcon 30: enlarged 30-seat version of the Falcon 20, prototype only
  • Dassault Falcon 40: variant of the Falcon 30 for non–North American customers, not built
  • Dassault Falcon 50, 1976–2008: 3,000-3,220 nm range trijet derived from the Falcon 20
  • Dassault Falcon 5X, from 2020: 5,200 nm range twin jet
  • Dassault Falcon 7X, 2005-present: 5,950 nm range trijet, Falcon 900 cabin cross-section
  • Dassault Falcon 8X, from 2016: 6,450 nm range larger, improved Falcon 7X
  • Dassault Falcon 100: later versions of the Falcon 10
  • Dassault Falcon 200: later versions of the Falcon 20
  • Dassault Falcon 900, 1984-present: 4,000-4,750 nm range trijet, development of the Falcon 50
  • Dassault Falcon 2000, 1993–present: 3,500-4,150 nm range twinjet scaled down Falcon 900 derivative

Development history[edit]

20, 63-68
10, 70-96
50, 76-08
900, 84-
2000, 93-
7X, 05-
8X, 16-
5X, 20-

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Dassault Delivers 2,500th Falcon Business Jet" (Press release). Dassault Aviation. 20 July 2017. Retrieved 22 July 2017. 

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