Dassault Falcon 900
The Falcon 900 is the first of a range of Super Large tri-jets produced by the French manufacturer Dassault that also includes the 900B, 900C, 900EX, 900DX and 900LX. It was first launched in 1984 as a development of Dassault’s Falcon 50, providing a larger interior, while still being powered by three turbo-fan engines. When it was first produced, the Falcon 900 was known for its long-range capabilities and the aircraft is able to accommodate up to 14 passengers, depending on seating configuration. The original Falcon 900 has been upgraded time and time again, which has succeeded in maintaining the range’s popularity and the most recent model, the 900LX, combines excellent speed, efficiency and range to offer an exceptional overall performance.