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. 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. 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.
- 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
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