Dassault Falcon 900
Falcon 900 Specifications
The Dassault Falcon 900 made it's initial debut in 1996 as the successor of the Falcon 50. The latest model of this trijet, the 900LX features high mach blended winglets and began production in May of 2008. Courtesy of it's 3 Honeywell engines, the Falcon 900 is a marvel of engineering in performance.
This best in class jet boasts a range of 4,550 nm at a cruise speed of 459 mph making a luxurious experience from Seattle to London possible with room to spare. Seating allows for up to 12 passengers to fly comfortably, some Falcon 900's may be configured for up to 15 guests. Falcons are typically lighter and smaller than other aircraft in its class, saving fuel and money. Airport accessibility is another strength of the Falcon 900 as runaway requirements increase by only 38% in higher altitudes performing far better than others in class. This jet typically rents for around $7,500 per hour
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