BASE PRICE: $ 53,800,000
The Falcon 7X is a tri-jet wide-cabin long-range jet developed by French-based aerospace conglomerate Dassault aviation.
Launched in 2001, by combining a stretched Falcon 900 fuselage with a newly designed high-speed wing, the Falcon 7X completed its first flight on May 5, 2005, prior to entering service in June 2007. The Falcon 7X new wing design has been highly optimized for both high cruise speed where it delivers 30% increased efficiency over the previous generation and low speed allowing for safe operation in challenging short-field airports. the model was also among the first to introduce a state of the art digital Fly-by-wire technology with sidestick controls benefiting from Dassault aviation long experience in the fighter jets design.
|8 Passengers Range*
|High Speed Cruise
|Long Range Cruise
|Maximum Cruise Altitude
|Initial Cruise Altitude
*LRC, NBAA IFR, 200 nm Alternate
|Maximum Zero Fuel
|Maximum Payload/Full Fuel
The Falcon 7X inherited the Falcon 900 generous cabin cross-section with the addition of 9 linear feet, allowing for three spacious seating areas.
Featuring 28 large windows, The 7X award-winning cabin is the result of a design collaboration between Dassault Aviation and BMW Designworks USA. The interior can accommodate from 12 to 16 passengers through a large selection of floorplan offering. Available interior options include enclosed aft stateroom and onboard shower.
The all-digital FalconCabin HD+ cabin management system allows for high-definition on-demand audio and video entertainment and full control of all cabin functions from passengers’ handheld devices.
The Falcon 7X pioneered the Fly-by-wire technology onboard business aircraft, carrying the over 30 years of Dassault aviation experience with military fighter supersonic programs. It brings a full flight envelope protection to the aircraft.
The Falcon 7X features the highly intuitive and interactive, Falcon’s EASy II (Enhanced Avionics System) powered by the Honeywell Primus EPIC avionics suite.
The flight deck is configured with two side-stick controls, Four large 14.1” displays in a “T” arrangement for improved crew collaboration and situation awareness. The system includes two CCDs (Cursor Control Devices) and two MKBs (Multifunction Keyboards) on the pedestal.
The most recent upgrade features the FalconEye™ Combined Vision System (CVS) HUD option, which delivers an unprecedented level of situational awareness in all flight conditions.