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The latest in the immensely popular Falcon 900 series, this large-cabin trijet stands alone in its class for performance, comfort and efficiency. Since its inception, more than 500 Falcon 900 aircraft have been delivered, each generation refining and building on the strengths of the previous, establishing an industry benchmark for longevity, durability, reliability and long-term value retention.
Apply the latest aerodynamic technology and advanced avionics to an already ultra-efficient trijet, and you have an aircraft that will take you places its competitors cannot, like short runways and hot-and-high airports. You also gain range and efficiency. Compared with earlier Falcon 900s, the 900LX delivers a range of 4,750 nm (8,800 km), and consumes less fuel.
While its ramp appeal is undeniable, the beauty of the 900LX’s trijet design enhances comfort and performance. In addition to allowing a large cabin within a compact fuselage, it lowers critical speeds for safer landings and superior short-field agility. It’s more maneuverable on the tarmac, requires less hangar space – and it provides greater peace of mind and more direct routing on long routes over water.
The new 900LX features a redesigned, highly refined cabin. No detail has been overlooked, from the shape of the credenza to the style of the seats, to create a noticeable difference in comfort, convenience and connectivity. Advanced acoustical insulation makes this the quietest cabin in the 900 series. In addition, with room enough for three separate lounge areas, passengers can work, relax over a fine meal, then retire to sleep as they circumnavigate the globe.
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.
With High-Mach Blended Winglets extending its range to 4,750 nm (8,800 km), the 900LX crosses any ocean or continent, and sometimes one of each, traveling routes like London-Seattle with nonstop ease. It will fly you from Chicago Executive to Geneva, or just about anywhere on nearly one-third less fuel than its nearest competitor.
The 900LX’s high maximum landing weight allows short hops followed by transoceanic leaps, without refueling. Fly from Washington, D.C. to Geneva, for example, with a quick stop in New York. Or fly six from Paris to London, then on to New York, with fuel to spare. Beyond saving time, you save money, avoiding the need to buy more costly fuel away from home.
Fueled for a 3,000 nm (5,556 km) trip, the Falcon 900LX can depart runways of less than 4,000 feet (1,219 m) at sea level and less than 6,000 feet (1829 m) in Denver-like settings a mile above sea level. It also gives you access to challenging airports, such as those at London City, Aspen, St. Moritz, Gstaad and Toluca. Even on warm days, the 900LX delivers ample range from high elevations.
Fuel consumption up to 40% lower than competitors shrinks operating costs and carbon footprint.
The typical approach speed of the 900LX is 111 knots (206 kph), more than 10 knots slower than the nearest competitor, providing access to shorter runways and higher margins of safety on landing. At the other end of the envelope, top speed is a brisk Mach 0.87, with a typical cruise speed of Mach 0.80. Like all Falcons, the 900LX has no speed limitations in turbulence – a testament to efficient design and rugged construction.
In addition to airfield agility, Falcon’s trademark trijet design allows more direct, over-water routing. It’s an advantage that saves time and fuel, while also enhancing safety for greater peace of mind.
Dassault’s combined vision system, FalconEye, is an industry first, featuring an optional wide-screen Head-up Display integrating enhanced and synthetic vision for vastly improved situational awareness in low-visibility conditions.
Highly intuitive and interactive, Falcon’s EASy II flight deck draws on learning from Dassault’s fighter jet programs. With EASy II, jet and pilot fly as one.
Elegant in design and smart in function, this wide-body cabin is equipped with Dassault’s advanced FalconCabin HD+ management system. Custom-crafted furnishings, selected by the customer at one of our interactive design centers, are meticulously installed by Dassault Falcon, assuring top quality.
Falcon trijets provide slower, safer approach and landing speeds. Their three-engine configuration also provides peace of mind on long routes over water and uninhabited terrain.
An advanced wing and area ruling of the fuselage plus leading-edge slats and double-slotted Fowler flaps deliver substantial benefits throughout the flight regime.
Three fuel-efficient Honeywell TFE731-60 turbofan engines are rated at 5,000 lb (22.24 kN) of thrust each (up to ISA + 17°C) and deliver superb performance under extreme conditions.
This new refinement to the 900LX wing extends the aircraft’s range to 4,750 nm (8,800 km) and enhances fuel economy by 40% over competitors.
Strong yet light, agile yet smooth, powerful yet efficient. Many of the 900LX’s finer attributes result from technology developed for Dassault’s military programs. Like any good fighter jet, its design assures pilots of precise aerodynamic feedback, without the need for the complex supplementary systems required by other business aircraft. Handling is precise, and potential dangers are easily avoided. Many other design features, such as double-servo actuators adapted from Dassault fighters, further augment safety margins.
While highly efficient at high speeds, the 900LX wing is equally adept and well mannered at low speeds, which accounts for its impressive short-field performance. Leading-edge slats and double-slotted Fowler flaps deploy on approach. Airbrakes help with precise glide path control and add stopping power on the ground. The addition of High-Mach Blended Winglets effectively increases wingspan and lift, while reducing span-wise airflow and drag. Other benefits include reduced stall speed, improved time to climb, and an increase in range of about 200 nm (370 km), allowing the 900LX to fly farther on less fuel.
The EASy II flight deck dramatically improves crew coordination and situational awareness, presenting everything from flight planning and automated checklists to the aircraft’s precise position, situation and environment through an innovative graphical interface that allows pilots to work ‘eyes up’.
Dassault’s proprietary Combined Vision System, FalconEye™, now available on the Falcon 900LX, is the first head up display (HUD) system to blend synthetic, database-driven terrain mapping and actual thermal and low-light camera images into a single view, providing an unprecedented level of situational awareness to flight crews in all conditions of operation, day and night.
The aircraft’s integrated airborne monitoring service, FalconBroadcast®, provides real-time notification of in-flight events and maintenance status, helping operators maximize dispatch by beginning the troubleshooting process while still in the air.
Three Honeywell TFE731-60 engines power the 900LX. Each produces 5,000 pounds (22.24 kN) of thrust at sea level up to ISA +17°C and provides unbeatable efficiency in this power range, along with a reputation for low fuel consumption and quiet operation. With more than 11,000 engines entered into service and 100 million hours of operation logged, the reliability and performance of the TFE731 series are more than proven.
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Quality is everywhere in the completely redesigned Falcon 900LX cabin. Furnishings are both elegant and ergonomic. Our designers have achieved astonishing results through the mixing of materials, by using wood varnished to a high gloss and buttery soft leather.
Controls are neatly hidden in the armrest within easy reach, making cabin management simple and intuitive. Closely spaced windows let in an abundance of natural light. New, advanced acoustical insulation has reduced cabin noise levels by 2db SIL. An innovative “mood” light system allows passengers to create the perfect ambiance for work, rest or dining.
The process of creating an interior that reflects your taste is easier and more streamlined than ever before, thanks to our new interactive design centers at Teterboro, New Jersey and Le Bourget, Paris. Equipped with Dassault’s proprietary CATIA software and staffed by world-class design professionals, these centers help customers make informed and confident choices by enabling them to envision their interiors and examine features in actual airplanes and mockups, before selecting from our beautiful array of fabrics, leathers, carpets, veneers, electronics, equipment and accessories.
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