Falcon 50 Overview
The Dassault Falcon 50 was developed from the Falcon 20 with many changes to give it a longer, transcontinental range. It is typically configured for 8 to 12 passengers, but can be adjusted for as many as 19.
With excellent range, a roomy cabin for the Supermid class and the trusted airframe and service record of the Falcon brand, the Falcon 50 is one of the most recognizable names in the charter market today.
Falcon 50 Interior
Seating aboard the Falcon 50 includes a four-place club arrangement with folding tables, additional individual seats, and a three-place sofa. The aircraft has a private lavatory and a full galley, and may also come with an entertainment system, a telephone, and satellite communication. It offers in-flight accessible baggage space, and an external compartment with length enough for objects up to eight feet.
Falcon 50 Performance
One of the major changes from the Falcon 20 to the Falcon 50 is the use of a three-engine system employing Honeywell TFE731-3-1C turbofan engines. The newer aircraft retained the nose and fuselage cross section of the 20, but with a larger super critical wing and an area-ruled tail section.