Falcon 50EX Overview

Aircraft Class

Super Midsize Jet

Price (Per Hour)

$3,900 - $4,800


Dassault Aviation

Year of Manufacture

1996 - 2008

The Falcon 50EX followed the Falcon 50 with many improvements to performance. It has the same general cabin layout and accommodations, regularly seating 8 to 12 but with optional arrangements for 19.

The Falcon line of supermid jets is a preferred choice for flyers of all kinds, with its great combination of size, range and high altitude performance.

Falcon 50EX Interior



Cabin Volume

807 cu. ft.

Cabin Dimensions

23'1" x 6'1" x 5'9" ft.

Baggage Capacity

115 cu. ft.

The Falcon 50EX cabin has power plugs to facilitate work and entertainment, separate temperature controls for the cabin and cockpit and three closets for internal storage. The large galley may include a coffee maker, oven, and ice chest. There are seven windows on each side of the cabin, and external storage is pressurized and air-conditioned. Many models are now outfitted with domestic and international WiFi.

Falcon 50EX Performance

Aircraft Range

3,900 Nautical Miles

Cruise Speed

554 MPH

The Falcon 50EX flies on three upgraded Honeywell TFE731-40 turbofan engines which have a faster rate of climb, more thrust, and burn less fuel than the previous edition. These engines provide the aircraft with a greater range. The 50EX also has an increased maximum take-off weight and an updated Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 avionics suite. Falcon aircraft are widely regarded for their performance on short runways and high altitude/hot temperature conditions.