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Dassault Falcon 2000

 

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Falcon 2000


The Falcon 2000 derived from the Falcon 900, but was designed as a smaller transcontinental jet with a reduction in range. That factor allowed Dassault to remove one engine, and make the Falcon 2000 more economical to operate and maintain. Its two remaining engines were developed in partnership with General Electric and Allied Signal specifically for the new jet design.

 

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Dassault Falcon 2000 N628CC

 

First flew in March 1993, with 3815 lbs of additional fuel, the 2000EX has a range of 3800 sm.

 

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Dassault Falcon 2000E M-AMND

 

Falcon 2000
Engine: 2 x General Electric / Garrett CFE 738 1-1B, 25467 N / 2596 kp
Length: 66.371 ft / 20.23 m
Height: 23.163 ft / 7.06 m
Wingspan: 63.419 ft / 19.33 m
Wing area: 527.651 sq.ft / 49.020 sq.m
Max take off weight: 35809.2 lb / 16240.0 kg
Weight empty: 20738.0 lb / 9405.0 kg
Cruising speed: 488 kts / 903 km/h
Initial climb rate: 3425.20 ft/min / 17.40 m/s
Service ceiling: 46916 ft / 14300 m
Cruising altitude: 39009 ft / 11890 m
Wing load: 67.86 lb/sq.ft / 331.0 kg/sq.m
Range: 2999 nm / 5555 km
Range (max. weight): 999 nm / 1850 km
Crew: 2
Payload: 8-19pax

Falcon 2000EX
Engines: Pratt & Whitney PW308C turbofan, 7000 lb thrust.

 


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