The Falcon 2000S, announced at EBACE in May 2011, introduced an entirely new concept of performance, efficiency and value to the business jet market.
The twin-engined, 3,350 nm aircraft provides owners with a full size cabin with onboard connectivity, outstanding short-field and steep approach performance and the ability to make long inter-continental flights in comfort.
Yet, its fuel efficiency and operating costs are much less than that of jets in the next smaller category.
The 2000S features inboard slats, EASy II, the world’s most advanced flight deck with FalconEye, Dassault’s unique Combined Vision System option, along with one of the most competitive acquisition costs in its category. EASA/FAA certifications were received early April 2013.
|Height||23 ft 2 in / 7.06 m|
|Length Overall||66 ft 4 in / 20.23 m|
|Wing Span||70 ft 2 in / 21.38 m|
|Max. Takeoff Weight||41,000 lb / 18,598 kg|
|Max. Landing Weight||39,300 lb / 17,827 kg|
|Max. Zero Fuel Weight||29,700 lb / 13,472 kg|
|Max. Fuel Weight||14,600 lb / 6,622 kg|
Engines & avionics
|Type||2 Pratt&Whitney Canada PW308C with new Talon II™ combustor for lower nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions. – 7,000 lb / 31.14 kN (Thrust, ISA + 15°C, SL)|
|Cockpit||EASy II Flight Deck (with Honeywell Primus Epic System)|
|Cabin Length (excluding cockpit & baggage)||26 ft 2 in / 7.98 m|
|Cabin Height||74 in / 1.88 m|
|Cabin Width||92 in / 2.34 m|
|Cabin Volume (excluding cockpit & baggage)||1,024 ft3 / 29 m3|
|Baggage Volume||130.6 ft3 / 3.7 m3|
|Range @ Long Range Cruise (6 pax, 2 crew, NBAA IFR reserves)||3,500 nm / 6,482 km|
|MMO (Maximum Operating Mach Number)||Mach 0.862|
|Takeoff Distance (SL – ISA,Max Take Off Weight)||4,325 ft / 1,318 m|
|Landing Distance (Typical) (FAR Part 91, 6 pax, SL, NBAA IFR reserves)||2,315 ft / 706 m|
|Approach Speed (Vref) (Typical Landing Weight)||107 kias / 198 km/h|
|Max. Certified Altitude||47,000 ft / 14,325 m|