Falcon 900 for Sale

Falcon 900 Ownership Overview

Customers don’t typically have a hard time finding a Falcon 900 for sale as since production began in 1984, over 500 of this tri-engine family have been manufactured.

Falcon 900 Cabin Experience

The Falcon 900 is capable of transporting 12 passengers along with 2 crew members. The aircraft includes a lavatory at the end of its nearly 35ft long cabin, set inside a more than 65ft long fuselage. Similar to that of a Gulfstream, the cabin side walls have indentations in them so that customers have more shoulder room while seated.

Total cabin space is 1,270 cubic feet, with nearly 925 of that dedicated to passenger seating. This allows for a height of more than 6ft and a width of almost 8ft. The entry door is roughly 6ft tall and baggage has a dedicated 125 cubic feet of space inside the cabin.

Falcon 900 Mission Profile

Customers who buy a Falcon 900 are those focused on longer range missions as this jet has three engines which increase distance. An additional highlight its three engines provide is the ability to land and takeoff on shorter runways and higher altitude airports, without concern for higher temperatures. This capability opens up a multitude of airports across the globe.

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Falcon 900 Cost to Own

Acquisition cost for the Falcon 900 ranges from $3-$5 million, roughly $400,000 higher than that of the Gulfstream GIV, and well under that of the Global XRS which has advertised prices of nearly six times the Falcon 900. When factoring in market depreciation, the heavy jet will cost a buyer $2.8-$3.0 million a year.

Falcon 900 Operating Cost

Falcon 900 direct operating cost is roughly $4,100 per flight hour, less than the GIV and XRS by at least $800. This rate includes fuel burn and various maintenance, crew, and operational fees. Annual fixed cost for the Falcon 900 is around $938,000-$943,000, nearly $30,000 less than that of its competition.

Falcon 900 Performance Overview

The Falcon 900 is a unique choice as it’s unmatched in its class based on operational performance, and appearance. The three engines are an innovative design not seen on many competitors, which are what aid in the extended range and improved operational performance. Buyers looking into aircraft for sale which provide a different take on efficiency will find this jet has much to offer.

Falcon 900 Engines

The Falcon 900 is equipped with three Honeywell TFE 731-5AR-1C powerplants with standard thrust reversers and 4,500lbs of thrust. The Falcon 900 has a max cruise speed of 500kts, the same as the GIV, and slightly less than that of the Global XRS.

The aircraft can land and takeoff in the following field lengths:

  • FAR-91: 2,180ft
  • FAR-135: 2,725ft
  • FAR-121: 3,633ft

Falcon 900 Payload

Max payload for the Falcon 900 is 3,535lbs and it has the ability to transport that capacity 3,500nm. The Global XRS has a much higher payload capacity, while the Gulfstream GIV falls about 130lbs lighter and 300nm further.

Falcon 900 Range

At long-range cruise, the Falcon 900 has a range of roughly 3,900nm with a typical passenger load. Both the Gulfstream and Global have the ability to fly much further under similar parameters.

Falcon 900 Specifications

Falcon 900 General Info
Aircraft Class Heavy Jet
Aircraft Manufacturer Dassault Aviation
Aircraft Year of Manufacture 1984 - 1998
Falcon 900 Financial Data
Acquisition Cost $3,150,000 - $3,850,000
Variable Cost $3,722 - $4,549/hr
Annual Cost $2,421,042 - $2,959,052
Fixed Cost $94,078 - $846,699
Market Depreciation $240,000
Retail Charter Rate $5,000/hr
Average Charter Net $1,365/hr
Falcon 900 Performance Data
Fuel Burn 340 gal/hr
Max Cruise 500 kts
135 Landing 2,725 ft
135 Takeoff 2,725 ft
91 Landing 2,180 ft
91 Takeoff 2,180 ft
121 Landing 3,633 ft
121 Takeoff 3,633 ft
Max Payload 3,535 lbs
Basic Operating Weight 24,685 lbs
Max Takeoff Weight 45,500 lbs
Falcon 900 Cabin Details
Cabin Dimensions 39' x 7'7" x 6'2"
Cabin Volume 1824
Seat Count 12-18