Flying farther, faster, and higher than its predecessors, Dassault’s Falcon 7X is truly in a class of its own. While some of its competitors may have respectable flagship aircraft, the Falcon 7X is the only ultra-long-range heavy tri-jet. Its appearance on the ramp is like none other and the moment one sees its graceful wings and its S-duct central engine, they immediately recognize its ramp appeal. Its three Pratt & Whitney Canada engines are able to carry the Falcon 7X nearly 6,000 nautical miles nonstop while also giving it excellent runway performance. In fact, the Falcon 7X is the first business jet to use the same technology as Dassault’s supersonic fighter jets. Because of its supreme performance, the Falcon 7X does not have to compromise the range and passenger comforts of a long-range heavy jet with the runway performance and flexibility of a smaller jet.
The Dassault Falcon 7X features an elegance and luxury that makes evident its French origin. Considering the Falcon 7X is intended for 10-hour-plus flights, Dassault cut no corners when designing the passenger cabin. The 39’1” long, 7’8” wide, and 6’2” tall cabin is lined with 17 large windows on each side that wash in natural light and offer a view like none other. As a multi-zone cabin, the Falcon 7X has distinct areas that can include a bedroom, boardroom, entertainment lounge, and dining room. On-board active acoustics technology keeps the noise surprisingly low, which makes working, relaxing, and sleeping even easier. When the Falcon 7X is cruising along above the weather and rough air at 41,000 feet, the cabin is pressurized to less than 4,000 feet. That means passengers arrive at their destination refreshed and alert.
Volume: 1552' cu
Luggage Volume: 140' cu
Range: 5490 nm
Normal cruising speed: 562 mph
Takeoff Distance: 5710'
The maximum range of a Dassault Falcon 7X based in KTEB is shown below. Actual range will vary by number of passengers, baggage and weather conditions.
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