Dassault Falcon DX
The Dassault Falcon DX is a midsize business jet designed and manufactured by Dassault Aviation. The Falcon DX sets itself apart from other business jets through its unparalleled combination of comfort and performance. It has been in production since 1995 and has a base price of 34.5 million dollars USD. The aircraft is powered by three Honeywell TFE731-60 engines that produce 5,000 pounds of force allowing the Falcon DX to travel at a top cruising speed of 513 knots and a maximum range of 3,995 nautical miles. Its rate of climb is 12 feet per minute and its service ceiling is 51,000 feet. For its avionics system, the Falcon DX is equipped with the Dassault EASy Cockpit avionics suite.
The maximum take off weight of the Falcon DX is 226,972 pounds and the maximum payload is just under 5,500 pounds. The Falcon DX has a fuel tank capacity of 2,810 gallons and a maximum baggage volume of 4 cubic meters. The cabin has room for 19 seats in addition to the pilots and crew. The cabin’s height, width, and length is 6.17 feet, 7.78 feet, and 33.17 feet respectively. The aircraft’s wingspan is 63.42 feet and the diameter of the fuselage is 9.68 feet.
The manufacturer of the Falcon DX, Dassault Aviation, is a French manufacturer of military aircraft
and business jets. The first model of the Dassault Falcon was manufactured in 1965 and it remains one of the company’s highest-selling business jets. The company was founded in 1929 and is still in business today. Dassault operates primarily in three sectors: Aerospace, Defense, and Space activities. They are one of the largest defense contractors in the world and produce a wide range of commercial and military aircraft.
Posted on July 13, 2020