Falcon 10 for Sale

Falcon 10 Ownership Overview

It’s not difficult for buyers to find a Falcon 10 for sale, as over the 2 decades of production, more than 225 have hit the market.

Falcon 10 Cabin Experience

The Falcon 10 is capable of transporting 6 passengers and 2 crew members. The jet has a cabin that stretches 12ft long, set inside a fuselage that’s 45ft long.

Total cabin space is 225 cubic feet, allowing for a height and width of just under 5ft both ways. Typically each passenger receives 28 cubic feet of space in-flight. The entry door is just under 5ft tall, and baggage is allotted more than 40 cubic feet of space.

Falcon 10 Mission Profile

Customers who buy a Falcon 10 are focused on the impressive speed this jet provides passengers. The Falcon 10 also boasts a respectable payload capacity, making it dependable to passengers regarding overall performance. Improved engine replacements on some of the jets increase its operational performance.

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Falcon 10 Cost to Own

Acquisition cost for the Falcon 10 typically ranges from $520,000-$530,000, the same price as a competitor such as the Citation I and roughly $350,000 less than other competition such as the Lear 35.  When factoring in market depreciation, the Falcon 10 will cost a buyer $1.5-$1.7 million a year, setting itself in the middle of its competition.

Falcon 10 Operating Cost

Falcon 10 direct operating cost is around $2,770 per flight hour, the highest of its competition which ranges from $2,100-$2,480 for the Citation I and Lear 35, respectively. This rate includes fuel burn and various maintenance, crew, and operational fees.

Annual fixed cost for the Falcon 10 falls just slightly under that of the Lear 35, but nearly $15,000 more than the Citation I.

Falcon 10 Performance Overview

The Falcon 10 is a quality jet for buyers looking into aircraft for sale. Its speed and payload cause it to stand out among competition, in addition to its low purchase price.

Falcon 10 Engines

The Falcon 10 is equipped with two Honeywell TFE 731-2-1C powerplants with optional thrust reversers and 3,230lbs of thrust. The Falcon 10 has a max cruise speed of 490kts, 20kts faster than the Lear 35, but significantly faster than the Citation I which comes in at only 345kts.

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

  • FAR-91: 2,025ft
  • FAR-135: 2,531ft
  • FAR-121: 3,375ft

Falcon 10 Payload

Max payload for the Falcon 10 is nearly 1,980lbs and it can transport that capacity roughly 1,370nm. The Lear 35 has a payload capacity of 3,190lbs and a range of 1,550nm, while the Citation I can carry 2,100lbs for 600nm.

Falcon 10 Range

At long-range cruise, the Falcon 10 has a range of 1,560nm with a typical passenger load which sets it in the middle of competition once again as the Citation I reaches 970nm and the Lear 35 reaches just under 2,000nm.

Falcon 10 Specifications

Falcon 10 General Info
Aircraft Class Light Jet
Aircraft Manufacturer Dassault Aviation
Aircraft Year of Manufacture 1971 - 1982
Falcon 10 Financial Data
Acquisition Cost $472,500 - $577,500
Variable Cost $2,490 - $3,044/hr
Annual Cost $1,395,716 - $1,705,876
Fixed Cost $41,918 - $377,260
Market Depreciation $36,000
Retail Charter Rate $2,000/hr
Average Charter Net $-517/hr
Falcon 10 Performance Data
Fuel Burn 240 gal/hr
Max Cruise 490 kts
135 Landing 2,531 ft
135 Takeoff 2,531 ft
91 Landing 2,025 ft
91 Takeoff 2,025 ft
121 Landing 3,375 ft
121 Takeoff 3,375 ft
Max Payload 1,975 lbs
Basic Operating Weight 11,585 lbs
Max Takeoff Weight 18,700 lbs
Falcon 10 Cabin Details
Cabin Dimensions 13'8" x 4'9" x 4'6"
Cabin Volume 292
Seat Count 6-7