Part of the new generation PW800 engines family, the PW812D is exclusively designed to power the latest Dassault Falcon 6X business jet. PW800 engines family share a common core with the Pratt & Whitney GTF commercial aviation engine.
The dual HUD configuration will ultimately permit an EFVS-to-land capability in near zero-zero conditions, pending new EASA regulations.
The objective of this 40-stop, 150-hour campaign, set to begin next month, is to ensure the reliability of the aircraft and onboard systems in real world operating conditions prior to initial customer deliveries.
The Falcon Privacy Suite concept will offer more personal space, greater peace and quiet, and a more comfortable and restful sleep on long flights.
The Red Dot Awards are among the most distinguished prizes in the design world and a sought-after mark of brand excellence.
The 10X features the industry’s largest cabin combined with the most advanced technology on a purpose-built Business Jet when entering into service at the end of 2025.
Two Dassault Falcon 900LX business jets will enter service with the Royal Air Force, providing VIP transport for senior defence and government officials.
HEPA upgrades are available through the Dassault owned service center network.
Falcon 6X serial number five was ferried on Friday January 28 from Dassault’s Merignac production facility, where all Falcons complete initial assembly, to the 1.25 million square foot Little Rock facility. The airplane landed at approximately 1:00 pm.
The full-scale cabin mockup for the new Falcon 10X will be displayed at the NBAA-BACE convention this week in Las Vegas. After the show, the mockup will remain in the US for individual customer tours. A second mockup will be available to customers at Dassault’s Paris-Le Bourget showroom.