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Eight years after the release of the successful Falcon 2000, Dassault released the "Falcon 2000EX." It still had all of the components that made the "Falcon 2000" great – economy, speed, a large cabin – but improved on all of these elements to make an even better Falcon 2000EX.
In the standard eight-to-twelve seating arrangement in a "Heavy Private Jet," two seats can stretch out flat and combine so that passengers can actually lay down for a nap, just as they would do in a bed.
For that matter, few jets offered as much passenger comfort as does the "Falcon 2000," like seats that can be configured as beds.
"The FALCON 2000EX" high speed cruise is 482 knots at an altitude of 39,000 feet, and its long range cruise speed is 421 knots at 43,000 feet. It can climb directly to 37,000 feet in sixteen minutes.
While carrying six passengers, the "Falcon 200EX" can fly 4,370 miles (3,850 nautical miles) at .80 Mach – 920 miles further than the FALCON 2000EX is able to fly under the same conditions.
At the time of the 2000’s release, few other "Private Aircraft" could complete trips of 3,450 miles at .80 Mach with eight passengers.
For that matter, few jets offered as much passenger comfort as does the Falcon 2000, like seats that can be configured as beds. "The FALCON 2000EX"
Dassault turned one of their great successes into an even better achievement with the "The FALCON 2000EX." At centraljetcharter.com/falcon-2000ex.html can be chartered for $4850 an hour and up.
Dassault announced the Falcon 2000, originally called the Falcon X, in 1989. The development of the aircraft was carried out by Dassault in partnership with Alenia.
The Falcon 2000 can carry a maximum of 19 passengers and has a range of 5,630km (with six passengers at normal cruising speed of Mach 0.8).
The extended-range version, the Falcon 2000EX, has more powerful engines and extra fuel capacity, providing a range of 7,000km.
Over 100 2000EX aircraft are in service. The Falcon 2000EX EASy, with the new EASy flight deck, was first flown in January 2003 and received US and European certification in June 2004. Deliveries are underway.
In October 2005, Dassault announced the Falcon 2000DX which will replace the Falcon 2000. The new aircraft has the same interior, EASy flight deck and engines as the 2000EX, but a range of 6,019km (3,250nm).
Fractional Ownership Programs NetJets(r) found an active market for Falcon 2000 models soon after placing their initial order in 1997.
Over thirty of those aircraft are now flying for their fractional program in the United States and Europe.
Longer Legs and New Engines The Falcon 2000EX is a longer-legged version of the 2000, offering a 25% increase in range.
Based on the standard equipped aircraft with six passengers, NBAA IFR reserves and at a normal cruising speed of .80 Mach, the nonstop capability increases from 3040 nm in the Falcon 2000, to 3800 nm nautical miles in the Falcon 2000EX.
The main benefit is to allow westbound nonstop flights from Paris or London to the east coast of the United States, even into stiff winter headwinds; or eastbound flights to Europe from major Midwestern cities like Detroit, Chicago and Minneapolis.
Other headwind legs like Dubai to London and São Paulo to Miami will also be achievable nonstop. And, when range is not a factor, shorter legs can be flown at higher speeds.
This dramatic improvement is mostly attributable to new PW308C turbofans. Powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada Power for the Falcon 2000EX is provided by two PW308C engines developed by Pratt & Whitney Canada specifically for this program.
Falcon 2000EX Systems The Falcon 2000EX airframe is basically identical to the original Falcon 2000 in terms of design, overall dimensions, cockpit, and cabin volume.
However, there are some differences in terms of aircraft systems. First, the fuel tanks were increased in size to accommodate an additional 4506 lbs (672 gallons) of fuel, bringing the total to 16,600 lbs (2487 gallons) - 37 percent higher than the Falcon 2000.
In-flight testing was used to determine final fuel tank requirements, based on meeting the promised 3800 nm range capability.Engine climb thrust and MTOW were also increased to maintain payload and climb performance targets.
The FALCON 2000EX cabin is rated to 8.8 psi, meaning it can maintain a sea level cabin at 25,300 feet. is no small feat that the "Falcon 2000EX" trumped its predecessor.
True to the French dedication to style, a wide variety of interior decorating options are available in the Private Aircraft – for example, there are eighteen different metal finishes to choose from just for the bathroom sink alone, 131 cubic feet of baggage space is available, a total of 1,600 pounds.
Indeed, the Falcon 2000 was recently identified as the most popular large-cabin aircraft flying in fractional programs today.
With 35 deliveries of the Falcon 2000 in 2002, the aircraft became last year's best-selling, large-cabin business jet.
The Falcon 2000EX is poised to make its mark as an industry favorite, overtaking the top-selling 900EX, and already has fifty-plus firm orders to date.
Dassault Falcon Jet Corp., is a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of Dassault Aviation, France. Dassault Falcon Jet markets and supports the Falcon family of business jets throughout North America and South America.
Dassault Falcon is the recognized global brand for Dassault business jets which are designed, manufactured and supported by Dassault Aviation and Dassault Falcon Jet Corp.
A Quieter Cabin The Falcon 2000's popularity can, in part, be attributed to its quiet, comfortable, wide-body cabin.
But because of the importance of sound to cabin comfort, Dassault was insistent that the 2000EX be even quieter.
To that end, the new airplane has several innovative sound conditioning features sure to please even the most discerning passengers.
First, aerodynamic sound sources were analyzed and new sound insulation materials were fine-tuned in both mixture and application, in order to remove 4 dB SIL without adding weight.
Second, the new engines were designed to be suspended on flexible attachments at both the front and rear.
The combination of these two sound programs promises to make the 2000EX one of the quietest Falcons ever.
Dassault's new EASy flight deck, which is initially being offered on the Falcon 900EX (see separate news release), will be incorporated on other wide-body Falcons.
Dassault Aviation is a leading aerospace company with a presence in over 90 countries across five continents.
Dassault turned one of their great successes into an even better achievement with the "The FALCON 2000EX."
It is no small feat that the "The FALCON 2000EX" trumped its predecessor. At the time of the 2000’s release, few other "Jet Aircraft" could complete trips of 3,450 miles at .80 Mach with eight passengers.
The aircraft's first flight was in 1993 and it entered service in 1995. Over 220 aircraft have been delivered.
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