The Falcon 2000 is a wide-body transcontinental twin-engine aircraft carrying up to 19 passengers.
The Falcon 2000 is a wide-body transcontinental twin-engine aircraft carrying up to 19 passengers. The prototype first flew at the hands of Jean Pus and Guy Mitaux-Maurouard on March 4, 1993, out of Bordeaux-Mérignac.
Dassault builds the Falcon 2000 in association with an Italian firm, Alenia. It features the experience Dassault Aviation has acquired in 30 years of service to the business and military aviation markets.
The Falcon 2000 inherited the Falcon 900’s fuselage diameter, wing design, and certain circuits and systems like the landing gear. The resulting plane is a working tool for numerous leading international corporations, serving as an extraordinarily comfortable, fast, and cost-efficient airborne office.
The Falcon 2000 can carry 8 passengers at Mach 0.8 over 5 555 km.
Falcon 2000 EX
See the Dassault Falcon website