Falcon business jet

Dassault Aviation recently delivered its 2,500th business jet, marking yet another landmark event in the storied saga of the Falcon line.

The aircraft, a Falcon 900LX, was handed over at the Little Rock Completion Center to a longtime Falcon customer based in the United States.

The delivery represents a significant milestone for both the company and the Dassault Falcon line which has lead the industry in performance, comfort, economy and efficiency ever since the first Falcon was delivered in 1965.

(Teterboro, NJ, October 12, 2007) – Dassault Falcon has received approval from both FAA and EASA on its new Falcon 2000DX. The EASA approval was awarded September 19th and the FAA approval on October 3rd.

Introduced during the NBAA Convention in 2005, the 3,250 nm Falcon 2000DX will replace Dassault’s original Falcon 2000 introduced in 1989. The first Falcon 2000DX is already in the completion flow at Dassault’s Little Rock Completion Center and will enter service in early 2008.

“The Falcon 2000DX fills an important niche in the Falcon product line,” said John Rosanvallon, President and CEO of Dassault Falcon. “It’s ideal for customers focused on efficiency and low cost of operation but needing the size and performance of a large cabin business jet.” 

For more specifications of the Falcon 8x please visit  http://www.dassaultfalcon.com/en/Aircraft/Models/8X/Pages/overview.aspx