Dassault launched the Falcon 900C in 2000 as a replacement for the 900B, featuring the same three turbofan engines as its predecessor but with the innovative avionics of the Falcon 900EX. Although it does not have the same long-range capacity as the 900EX, the 900C is still offers intercontinental capabilities and is a high-performance aircraft with an impressive maximum cruise speed and decent fuel efficiency. The Falcon 900C is belongs to the category of Super Large Jets and boasts a spacious and comfortable cabin with a full-sized galley. The interior, which can be partitioned into three separate sections, can accommodate up to 14 passengers in various formations depending on the chosen seating configuration. In this way, the Falcon 900C succeeds in maintaining the impressive performance and excellent comfort for which the entire Falcon 900 range is so highly regarded.