Dassault Falcon 7X
Max 950 kmh / 520 kt vitesse de croisière
Max 11020 km / 5950 nm Plage de vol
4 m³ Capacité de bagage
- Micro-ondes / four
- Espresso machine
- In-flight divertissement
From its inception, the Falcon 7X was destined to be a revolutionary aircraft, introducing business aviation to the industry’s first Digital Flight Control System. Like so many other aspects of the aircraft, its DFCS drew on Dassault’s 30 years of military experience, especially its Rafale and Mirage 2000 programs.
The 7X would become the first business jet to use fighter jet technology with an elegant, whisper-quiet executive cabin.
Today, over 270 Falcon 7X aircraft are in service in 41 countries. The fleet has performed some 550,000 flight hours and presents excellent dispatch reliability. And a growing number of operators worldwide are discovering they need not compromise small-jet agility and efficiency for long-range comfort and capability. Now a mature and proven aircraft platform, the Falcon 7X is still the most advanced — still the business jet benchmark for the 21st century.
From nose to tail, wingtip to wingtip, the Falcon 7X is pure elegance, efficiency, and performance. The following specifications physically define the world’s most technologically advanced business jet.
The Falcon 7X is the most technologically advanced business jet in service anywhere in the world today. Sleek yet practical, it is redefining ownership, pilot and passenger performance. It is the new generation of business aircraft.
Unique flexibility allows the Falcon 7X to perform varied missions easily. And with fuel consumption 15-30% lower than other jets in its class, it dramatically lowers operating costs.
The Falcon 7X is designed to fly 5,950 nm (11,019 km), linking city pairs such as Paris-Tokyo, Shanghai-Seattle, New York-Jeddah, and Johannesburg-London, with a payload of eight passengers and three crew. With a .90 Mach Maximum Operating Speed (MMO), the Falcon 7X can also cover shorter distances to get you faster where you need to be.
When it comes to landing, slower is safer. At typical landing weight, the approach speed of the 7X is only 104 knots (193 km/h). It can land and stop in just 2,070 feet (630 m). As a result, it can access hundreds of airports other jets cannot, including those with hot and high conditions, steep approaches and stringent noise restrictions. The 7X is the only aircraft in its class able to reach New York, from London City Airport.
The 7X can land at almost 90 percent of its maximum takeoff weight. So it can perform multiple short and long flights without having to refuel.