Falcon 2000 Overview
The Dassault Falcon 2000, originally known as the Falcon X, was designed as a shorter range, slightly smaller version of the Falcon 900. It comfortably seats eight passengers and offers a pressurized, internally accessible baggage compartment. Like all Falcon aircraft, the 2000-series boasts excellent short-field and high-altitude performance.
Falcon 2000 Interior
The cabin of the Falcon 2000 features luxurious club seating for four, two more individual seats, and a three-place divan. It can be reconfigured for up to 12 passengers. There is also a full service galley and a private lavatory and dressing room. With one of the widest cabins in the heavy jet class, the Falcon 2000 is incredibly comfortable and breathable.
Falcon 2000 Performance
The Falcon 2000 is powered by two General Electric / Honeywell CFE738-1-1B turbofan engines, as opposed to the 900’s trijet system which was designed for transcontinental flights. Other design changes include a shorter fuselage with a redesigned, area-ruled rear fuselage section, and wings with a modified leading edge. The cockpit employs Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 electronic flight and information system avionics.