Launched at EBACE in May 2008, the 4,750 nm trijet offers 7% additional range over the Falcon 900EX.
Climb performance is also improved by 10%, allowing the airplane to reach FL390 in just 20 minutes.
The 900LX features 35-40% better efficiency than other airplanes in its class.
It can fly from New York to Moscow; Paris to Beijing and Mumbai to London. EASA and FAA certifications were achieved in July of 2010.
In October 2016, at the NBAA convention, Dassault launched a modernized Falcon 900LX with a sleek, stylish cabin and new features like FalconEye, and Electronic Flight Bag to offer passengers a level of flying comfort and efficiency that matches the tastes and requirements of today’s business jet owners.
|Height||24 ft 9 in / 7.55 m|
|Length Overall||66 ft 4 in / 20.21 m|
|Wing Span||70 ft 2 in / 21.38 m|
|Max. Takeoff Weight||49,000 lb / 22,225 kg|
|Max. Landing Weight||44,500 lb / 20,185 kg|
|Max. Zero Fuel Weight||30,864 lb / 14,000 kg|
|Max. Fuel Weight||20,905 lb / 9,480 kg|
Engines & avionics
|Type||3 Honeywell TFE731-60 5,000 lb / 22.24 kN (Max Thrust, ISA + 17°C, SL)|
|Cockpit||EASy II Flight Deck (with Honeywell Primus Epic System)|
|Cabin Length (excluding cockpit & baggage)||33 ft 2 in / 10.11 m|
|Cabin Height||74 in / 1.88 m|
|Cabin Width||92 in / 2.34 m|
|Cabin Volume (excluding cockpit & baggage)||1,264 ft3 / 35.79 m3|
|Baggage Volume||127 ft3 / 3.6m3|
|Range @ Long Range Cruise (6 pax, 2 crew, NBAA IFR reserves)||4,750 nm / 8,800 km|
|MMO (Maximum Operating Mach Number)||Mach 0.87|
|Takeoff Distance (BFL) (S L – ISA, Max Take Off Weight)||5,360 ft / 1,633 m|
|Landing Distance (Typical) (FAR Part 91, 6 pax, SL, NBAA IFR reserves)||2,415 ft / 736 m|
|Approach Speed (Typical Landing Weight)||110 kias / 204 km/h|
|Max. Certified Altitude||51,000 ft / 15,545 m|