With nearly 2,500 Falcons delivered to date, the Falcon range has been one of the market leaders in the wide cabin, long range aircraft segment for 50 years.

In 2017, more than 2,100 Falcons are in service in 80 countries. 60% of the Falcons are used by companies as tools for economic development and growth.

A range of six business aircraft, capable of flying from 3,350 nm (6,205 km) to 6,450 nm (11,945 km), cover a wide range of travel needs.

Multi-mission Falcons can also carry out military and public service missions: surveillance, maritime response or patrol, medical evacuation, cargo, etc.

Falcons benefit from the legacy and technological innovations of combat aircraft: cockpit, digital flight control system, head-up display, flight quality, aerodynamics, and much more.

Falcons have fuel consumption levels that are 30 to 50% lower than competing aircraft and the lowest CO2 emissions in the market.

Falcon aircraft also offer much-prized cabin comfort: they are exceptionally soundproofed, particularly well-lit, and incredibly spacious. They are also equipped with the latest connectivity equipment, with very high speed Internet connection, allowing travelers to surf the Internet or video conference just like in the office.

Falcon operators also benefit from an unrivaled global network of service stations: more than 50 service stations, five spare parts centers and two Falcon Response support aircraft are mobilized to provide an immediate response to the operators.

Falcon 7X, Falcon 2000S and Falcon 900LX
Falcon 7X, Falcon 2000S and Falcon 900LX