Dassault Falcon 2000
5 Reasons Why You Need To Fly With Dassault Falcon 2000
Dassault Falcon 2000 is a French-made aircraft and it is the latest member of Falcon in their jetliner business with its manufacturer, Dassault Aviation. It is a twin engine – designed to have a little downtime as much as possible and one of the fastest jet and classy for a comfortable experience of the passengers. It is slightly smaller than Falcon 900 tri jet for corporates.
Falcon 200 was primarily called as Falcon X when Dassault introduce it to the public in 1989. Dassault carried Falcon X in partnership with Alenia. It was in 1995 when they renamed it to Falcon 2000, two years after its first flight.
Built With High Standards
When Dassault created Falcon 2000, it doesn’t have a physical model. The creation of it was totally digital using the Computer Aided Three-dimensional Interactive Application (CATIA) software.
CFE (General Electric & AlliedSignal) certified this aircraft in 1994. Currently, Dassault has built more than 310 of this aircraft. While partnering with Alenia, Alenia, in turn, has some works that were subcontracted to Dee Howard and Piaggio. The runway advantage of this aircraft doubles to more than 2,000ft. or 610m. – in high elevation airfields. Through this, it benefits the operators to fly farther from them.
Has a Unique Engineered Design
This is designed in a unique military heritage account by the same engineering teams and was also assembled in the same factories who also tests and piloted jets that fly as twice as the normal speed. Its aerodynamics and structural design give the plane a phenomenal aspect of safety and handling.
Saves You Fuel
Falcon-made jets prioritize their products to save fuel and money without compromising quality and comfort. Falcon 2000 is not an exemption because its wing is designed to reduce its fuel cost and emissions. Since it is wider than other jet competitors, it is convenient for passengers on long flights. It also has high headroom wherein the passenger can stand comfortably.
Great Workspace Alternative
The jet also has a built-in SatCom and high-speed internet for an ideal and productive workspace. The cabin is also equipped with a built-in high-definition audio and video and digital cabin functions for the passenger to control with one press of a button.
Highly Convenient Features For Both Pilot and Passengers
Dassault Falcon 2000 Specifications
Its interior includes a cabin Height of 6ft. and 2in and a cabin width of 7ft. and 7in.
Its cabin length is at 26ft. and 3in.
Other specifications include:
- Normal Range: 2841nm
- Max Range: 3130nm
- Service Ceiling: 47000ft.
- Passenger Capacity: Crew: 2
- Passenger: 12 – 19
- Speed: 572mph
- First flight: April 03, 1993
- Latest status: in Production
- Wingspan: 63ft. 5in.
- Wing area: 527ft.
- Propulsion: 2 turbofan engines
- Engine Model: CFE Company CFE 738-1-1B
Its design, specifications, technical functionalities, and comfort are very much reliable because you can still do the things that you do on the ground while you’re flying on air. Get more value out of your travel by booking a private jet charter with our Dassault Falcon 2000 aircraft today.
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