Dassault Falcon 900EX
The Falcon 900EX entered service in 1996 as the latest upgrade to the original Falcon 900, following on from the Falcon 900B. Much like its predecessors, the 900EX was a tri-jet that belonged to the category of Super Large Jets but it was designed to be a long-range version of the 900 and 900B. Dassault designed the 900EX with more modern avionics, upgraded engines and greater fuel capacity to provide it with a maximum range of over 5,000 miles. As with the whole Falcon 900 range, the 900EX offers an extremely comfortable and spacious cabin that can be partitioned into 3 separate sections. The 900EX has the capacity to accommodate up to 14 passengers but is usually configured to cater for 12 in a double Club 4 arrangement, 3-seater sofa and an individual seat.
|manufacturer:Dassault||height: 6.17 ft | 1.88 m||speed: 447 kts | 828 kph||range: 3780 nm | 7001 km|