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.
|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|