The Falcon 7X is the first business jet with a digital flight control system.
Launched in 2001, the 5,950 nm Falcon 7X features has an advanced brand new wing design which offers a dramatic increase in lift-to-drag ratio.
The aircraft has an MMO of Mach 0.90, allowing quicker climbs and descents, as well as low-level dashes on short legs.
It is powered by three Pratt & Whitney Canada 307A engines, rated at 6,400 lb thrust each.
The 7X, which passed the 270 aircraft production mark, is the company’s fastest-ever selling business jet.
As of today, the Falcon 7X fleet has accumulated more than 500,000 flight hours and the airplane is operated in over 40 countries.
Falcon 7X 3D Film
|Height (with fin tip radome)||26 ft 2 in / 7.96 m|
|Length Overall||76 ft 8 in / 23.38 m|
|Wing Span||86 ft / 26.21 m|
|Max. Takeoff Weight||70,000 lb / 31,751 kg|
|Max. Landing Weight||62,400 lb / 28,304 kg|
|Basic Operating Weight||34,272 lb / 15,545 kg|
|Max. Fuel Weight||31,940 lb / 14,488 kg|
Engines & avionics
|Type||3 Pratt&Whitney Canada PW307A – 6,402 lb / 28.48 kN ( Max Thrust, ISA + 17°C, SL)|
|Cockpit||EASy II Flight Deck (with Honeywell Primus Epic System)|
|Cabin Length||39.1 in / 11.91 m|
|Cabin Height||74 in / 1.88 m|
|Cabin Width||92 in / 2.34 m|
|Cabin Volume||1,552 ft3 / 44 m3|
|Baggage Volume||140 ft3 / 4 m3|
|Range @ .80 Mach cruise (8 pax, 3 crew, NBAA IFR reserves)||5,950 nm / 11,020 km|
|MMO (Maximum Operating Mach Number)||Mach 0.90|
|Take Off Distance (SL – ISA, Max Take Off Weight)||5,710 ft / 1,740 m|
|Landing Distance (Typical) (FAR Part 91, 8 pax, SL, NBAA IFR reserves)||2,070 ft / 630 m|
|Approach Speed (Typical Landing Weight)||104 kias / 193 km/h|
|Max. Certified Altitude||51,000 ft / 15,545 m|