Unveiled at the NBAA Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada in October 2013, the Falcon 5X will feature the largest cabin cross section and the most advanced flight controls in the industry,
derived from the pioneering digital flight control system designed for the 7X.
The Falcon 5X offers a range of 5,200 nm, it is equipped with a new ultra-efficient wing and a brand new Safran Silvercrest engine offering 15% better fuel efficiency than any other powerplant in its thrust class.
Other new features include a redesigned cockpit equipped with the third generation of Dassault’s award winning EASy flight deck and state of the art aircraft and engine health monitoring systems.
The Falcon 5X made its rollout on June 2nd, 2015 and the aircraft’s entry into service is expected for 2020.
|Height||24 ft 6 in / 7.5 m|
|Length||82 ft 7 in / 25.2 m|
|Wing Span||85 ft 1 in / 25.9 m|
|Max. Takeoff Weight||69,600 lb / 31,570 kg|
|Max. Landing Weight||66,100 lb / 29,980 kg|
|Basic Operating Weight||43,500 lb / 19,730 kg|
|Max. Fuel Weight||28,200 lb / 12,790 kg|
Engines & avionics
|Type||2 Silvercrest Safran-Snecma – 11,450 lb / 50.95 kN (Max Thrust, ISA + 17°C, SL)|
|Cockpit||EASy III Flight Deck (with Honeywell Primus Epic)|
|Cabin Length||38 ft 7 in / 11.79 m|
|Cabin Height||78 in / 1.98 m|
|Cabin Width||102 in / 2.58 m|
|Cabin Volume||1,770 ft3 / 50 m3|
|Baggage Volume||155 ft3 / 4.4 m3|
|Range @ .80 Mach cruise (8 pax, 3 crew, NBAA IFR reserves)||5,200 nm / 9,630 km|
|MMO (Maximum Operating Mach Number)||Mach 0.90|
|Max. Certified Altitude||51,000 ft / 15,545 m|
|Take Off Distance (SL – ISA, Max Take Off Weight)||5,250 ft / 1,600 m|
|Approach Speed (Typical Landing Weight)||105 kias / 194 km/h|