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The optimization of a
proven platform​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

A model of unmatched performance.

Flexibility and comfort

The optimization of a proven platform

More than 550 Falcon 2000 series aircraft are in service today. Robust, ultra cost-effective and super capable, this is one of the most popular and successful Falcons ever. Each iteration has built on the platform’s many significant strengths, and today you will find them optimized in the Falcon 2000LXS.​​

Enhancing your capability to achieve more

The Falcon 2000LXS is a widebody aircraft offering 4,000 nm (7,410 km) range, unrivaled efficiency, and the ability to access short and challenging runways other jets run away from. Designed to please even the most demanding of world travelers, it also offers exceptional mission flexibility, allowing you to hop between cities, cross continents, span oceans – and optimize your own capability to achieve more.

Travel quietly, graciously, productively

Spacious, stylish, light-filled and astonishingly quiet, the widebody cabin of the Falcon 2000LXS is generous and luxurious in every way, ensuring passenger comfort on flights of any length. Advanced connectivity and intuitive cabin management with today’s most popular hand-held devices ensure productivity no matter how far from home you roam.

More range. More payload. Superior mission flexibility. Plus lower direct operating costs.

Best in class

With its advanced aerodynamics and fully slatted wing design, the 2000LXS can go where others can’t go and do what others can’t do. All with greater fuel efficiency and lower cost of operation than any other jet in its category. No matter which way you measure, no matter how you tumble the numbers, this aircraft takes best in class every time.

More range. More payload. Superior mission flexibility. Plus lower direct operating costs.

External dimensions
Length 66.33 ft
Height 23.33 ft
Wing span 70.17 ft
Maximum zero fuel weight 29,700 lb
Maximum fuel 16,660 lb
Maximum landing weight 39,300 lb
Maximum takeoff weight 42,800 lb
Manufacturer P& W Canada
Nbr/Type 2 x PW308C
SL-ISA Thrust 7,000 lb
Flat rated to ISA+15°C
Internal dimensions
Cabin length (excluding cockpit and baggage) 26.17 ft
Maximum headroom 74.00 in
Maximum width 92.00 in
Cabin volume (excluding cockpit and baggage) 1,024 cu ft


Discover where a Falcon can take you

Whether conducting business or cementing relationships, there is no alternative to meeting people in person. The Falcon’s excellent nonstop range and unique ability to land at small airports gets you closer to your destination.

Select an aircraft

Actual performance may be affected by real aircraft configuration (outfitting options, operating items) and by ATC routing and weather conditions
Falcon 8X : 8 passengers, Mach .80, 85% Wind reliability, NBAA IFR Reserves
Falcon 7X : 8 passengers, Mach .80, 85% Wind reliability, NBAA IFR Reserves
Falcon 6X : 8 passengers, Mach .80, 85% Wind reliability, NBAA IFR Reserves
Falcon 900LX : 6 passengers, Long Range Cruise, 85% Wind reliability, NBAA IFR Reserves
Falcon 2000LXS : 6 passengers, Mach .80, 85% Wind reliability, NBAA IFR Reserves
Falcon 2000S : 6 passengers, Mach .80, 85% Wind reliability, NBAA IFR Reserves

Discover where the Falcon 2000LXS can take you

Whether conducting business or forging new relationships, there is no substitute for the advantages of meeting people in person.
The Falcon’s excellent nonstop range and unique ability to land at small, out-of-the-way airports get you closer to your destination.

Mo​re performance with more efficiency from more airports

The Falcon 2000LXS shines on typical, intercontinental nonstop flights between cities like Paris and New York, Singapore and Sydney or Mauritius. And it is brilliant on missions that are beyond the capabilities of comparable jets. This is a big, widebody 4,000 nm (7,410 km) aircraft with the ability to access short and challenging runways other jets run away from.

Get up and go

The Falcon 2000LXS takes off from short runways and climbs direct to 41,000 feet (12,497 m) in just 20 minutes, above time-wasting traffic and turbulent weather.
And then it goes.
At speeds up to Mach .84 on short hops.
At Mach .80, it will carry six passengers 4,000 nm (7,410 km).

Fly farther ou​​t​​​

At high elevation airfields – like Aspen, Colorado, or La Paz in Bolivia – the runway advantage of the 2000LXS doubles to more than 2,000 feet (610 m), increasing an already considerable advantage in access to hundreds more airports around the globe. But in addition to being able to land at these airports, Falcon 2000LXS operators also benefit from the ability to fly farther from them.

Get closer

With its optimized, fully slatted wings, the Falcon 2000LXS delivers an exceptional balance of range and superior airfield performance. Especially from challenging airports with steep approaches angles, such as London City and Lugano, Switzerland. And, at maximum takeoff weight, the 2000LXS uses 1,000 feet (305 m) less runway than its closest competitor. So, while both provide maximum range from the airports in red, only the Falcon can deliver maximum range from those in green.

Save time and money

With all its cabin and capability, the Falcon 2000LXS can land at over 90% of its maximum takeoff weight. So you can fill the tanks at home base, where fuel prices are often less expensive, make multiple short hops, and still have plenty of unrefueled nonstop range, saving you money and time.

Its nearest competitor consumes 20% ​more fuel and requires at least 20% more runway.
BFL at MTOW: SL - ISA4,675 ft
Landing distance at typical landing weightFAR 91 - 2,260 ft
Approach Speed Vref at typical landing weight105 kias
Maximum operating altitude47,000 ft
Range4,000 nm
Maximum Operating Speed (VMO)370/350 kias
Maximum Operating Mach (MMO)M .862 / M .85

Key Features

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      Advanced wing and fuselage shaping plus leading-edge slats and double-slotted Fowler flaps deliver substantial benefits throughout the flight regime.​​​​​​
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      High Mach Blended Winglets

      High Mach blended winglets give the Falcon 2000LXS a 4,000 nm range at a cruise speed of Mach .80 and fuel savings of up to 40% over its competitors.​​​​​​
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      Inboard Slats

      Inboard slats combine with outboard slats to give the 2000LXS airfield agility that is unprecedented in this class of aircraft. At MTOW, the 2000LXS uses 1000 feet less runway than others in its class.
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      Falcon’s Enhanced Vision Systems (EVS) provides exceptional situational awareness. Pilots have a clear ‘heads up’ picture of the airport environment for added safety at night and in bad weather.​​​​​​
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      EASy II

      Highly intuitive and interactive, Falcon’s EASy II flight deck features technology transferred from Dassault fighter jets. It is redefining the business jet cockpit environment allowing jet and pilot to fly as one.​​​​​​
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      Fully equipped, spacious, connected and arguably, one of the quietest in the sky, the Falcon 2000LXS cabin has it all.​​​​​​
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      The Falcon 2000LXS’ twin Pratt & Whitney Canada PW308C engines provide flexible, reliable, economical power and are optimized for ease of maintenance. They also offer fewer emissions, reduced fuel consumption and lower operating costs.​​​​​​

Efficient by design

Falcons are built alongside some of the world’s most advanced fighter jets, designed by the same engineering teams, assembled in the same factories and test flown by the same pilots who test jets that fly twice the speed of sound and pull nine times the force of gravity. This unique military heritage accounts for the technological know-how in aerodynamics and structural design that gives the Falcon 2000LXS its high cruise efficiency, unmatched low speed performance, robust airframe and outstanding handling characteristics and safety.


The wing’s the thing

The wing of the Falcon 2000LXS is optimized for low-speed stability and high-speed efficiency with features like high-Mach blended winglets, extendable inboard slats, leading-edge slats and slotted Fowler flaps. While the advantages are felt in every phase of flight, they are perhaps most apparent in the astonishing airfield performance and mission flexibility of the Falcon 2000LXS.


FalconEye for EASy II, business aviation’s most advanced flight deck

From the first head-up guidance system in operational use, which was installed on Dassault’s Mirage IIIB fighter, to the advanced units on today’s Mirage 2000 and Rafale combat craft, Dassault has been a forerunner in the development of the modern HUD system. Early in the 1990s Dassault introduced this technology to business aviation on the original Falcon 2000. And now we have added another industry-first to the Falcon 2000 platform, FalconEye. This full-time, multi-spectral, high def, Combined Vision System (CVS) marries an Enhanced Vision System (EVS) and Synthetic Vision System (SVS) into one harmonious heads up view. It provides a step up in situational awareness that’s an invaluable advantage, especially in the worst weather conditions and in the dead of night. FalconEye is just the latest innovation to a flight deck that has forever raised industry standards for intuitive flying and situational awareness. Now the Falcon 2000LXS boasts the next generation of this astonishing avionics suite, EASy II.

Reliable power proven over one million flight hours

Twin enhanced Pratt & Whitney Canada PW308C turbofans power the Falcon 2000LXS. A rugged, 7,000-pound thrust engine from a manufacturer whose name is synonymous with engine reliability, the PW308C incorporates advanced technology for high durability, low emissions and low operating costs. Proven over a million flight hours, it is tailor made for the Falcon, complementing the plane’s superior aerodynamics with high levels of efficiency and dramatically lower emissions.


Making an impact by minimizing our own

Every Falcon is designed and built to fly more efficiently at all altitudes than other aircraft in its class. That saves fuel, saving you money. And for every pound of fuel saved, the environment is spared 3.15 pounds of CO2 emissions. The Falcon 2000LXS is designed to be one of the greenest Falcons yet. Its wing is designed and equipped to reduce fuel costs and emissions. Its clean, optimized shape reduces drag and lowers fuel consumption. Blended winglets reduce fuel burn by an additional 5%. Leading-edge slats and slotted Fowler flaps further enhance efficiency, giving the 2000LXS the lowest cost of operation in its category, a hallmark of Falcon ownership.

Compared across categories, the fuel burn advantage of the 2000LXS outperforms even smaller jets. Compared with similarly sized competitors, it can save enough fuel over a 10-year period to pay for engine and APU maintenance at the very least – and possibly for almost all aircraft ​maintenance costs.

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True widebody comfort

At 7 feet 8 inches (2.34 m), the Falcon 2000LXS cabin is wider and more inviting than competitors’, offering true comfort for 10 passengers on an eight-hour flight. With 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) of headroom, you can stand comfortably and move around easily. And you travel with everything you need to collaborate productively before an important meeting. Or relax on the way home.


Modern connectivity, intuitive control​​​

With SatCom and high-speed Internet, the transition from office to aircraft is as seamless as possible. And the 2000LXS is equipped with Dassault’s intuitive FalconCabin HD+ cabin management system, which puts high-definition audio and video on demand at passengers’ fingertips. This all-digital, fully integrated system supports today’s most popular hand-held devices, allowing passengers to control cabin functions from anywhere in the cabin.​


Luminous, fresh and so quiet

It’s everything you expect from a Falcon cabin. And more. Eighteen large windows flood the cabin with natural light. Beyond illumination, seats are designed to afford every passenger an open view. Air is refreshed constantly, helping you arrive invigorated, even after a long mission. And added soundproofing trims decibels from what was already one of aviation’s quietest interiors, for a library-silent environment in which to converse or contemplate.


Your wish is our design

Designing a bespoke sky-borne office is now easier than ever, thanks to Dassault’s CATIA software and world-class design professionals. Once you are on the path to Falcon ownership, you will collaborate with us at our studios and showrooms in Teterboro, New Jersey, and Le Bourget, outside Paris. With your interior selected, our designers, cabinetmakers and technicians bring it to life, combining precision craftsmanship with state-of-the-art digital design technology.