The Falcon 900 was Daussault’s first foray into heavy jet aircraft following the wildly popular Falcon 50 super midsize jet. The 900 combines the 50s signature triangle engine model with a significantly larger cabin, bringing effortless French elegance to the skies.
Compared to the Falcon 50, the 900s cabin is ten feet longer, half a foot taller and half a foot wider. The aircraft have a variety of configurations but generally can accommodate 12 passengers between club seats and a divan. The full cabin dimensions are 6.2 feet in height, 7/7 feet in width and 32.9 feet in length, presenting absolute comfort for its class. The cabin offers perfect comfort for both business and personal/family travel.
The three Garrett engines power the 900 to a 42000 foot ceiling, with a cruise speed of 444 knots and a range of 4,080 nautical miles, making the 900 perfect for cross country or cross Atlantic flights. Falcons are well known for their ability to operate on short runways compared to other heavy jets – taking off at 5600 feet and being able to land on runways as short as 2,864 feet!
Since 1987, the 900 has undergone many transformations with improved avionics, cabin materials and style upgrades, increasing the fuel economy with a range of improvements. Some of these models are titled the 900B, 900EX, 900 EX EASY AND 900LX. Whilst the aircraft continues to improve the timeless spirit of Dassault aviation is set to continue long into the future.
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