It was a bit surprising when Dassault, a French company known for high standards of performance and technological advancement, announced that their next jet would be optimized for economy. Fortunately, they managed to create the Falcon 2000 without sacrificing their usual high standard of excellence. The Falcon 2000 is a private jet with a large cabin, transcontinental range, and fast cruise speeds. It can easily complete nonstop flights such as trips from Miami to Seattle, or from Boston to San Francisco. The cabin of the Dassault Falcon 2000 has a volume of 1,024 cubic feet and usually seats between eight and twelve passengers. A seating arrangement for as many as 19 passengers can be implemented, if necessary. In the standard eight-to-twelve seating arrangement, two seats can stretch out flat and combine so that passengers can actually lay down for a nap, just as they would do in a bed. True to the French sense of style, a wide variety of interior decorating options are available – for example, there are eighteen different metal finishes just for the bathroom sink alone. 134 cubic feet of baggage space is available, which can hold a maximum weight of 1,600 pounds. The Falcon 2000’s high speed cruise is 479 knots at 39,000 feet and its long range cruise is 417 knots at 43,000 feet. It climbs to 37,000 feet in nineteen minutes. While carrying eight passengers, it can fly 3,000 nautical miles at .80 Mach. Its cabin is rated to 8.8 psi, meaning it can maintain a sea level cabin at 25,300 feet.

Technical Specifications

Seats10 Seats
Height6 ft 2 in
Width7 ft 7 in
Length26 ft 2 in
Range3,250 nm
ManufacturerDassault Aviation
Speed470 knots
Max Altitude47,000 ft.
Baggage131 cu ft

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