The Dassault Falcon 2000 is one of the world's most popular business jets.
Dassault Falcon 2000 sports cutting-edge avionics with two Pratt Whitney Canada PW308C turbofan engines enabling it to reach a maximum ceiling of 51,000 ft, a top cruising speed 528 mph and sporting a range of 3700 miles.
The Dassault Falcon boast famous figures like billionaire entrepreneur Ratan Tata as owners of this luxury business jetliner.
The interior of the Dassault Falcon 2000 uses visual elements to stretch the cabin and create better flow. Upwash and downwash ambient lights, as well as more contrast between the materials used emphasize the spaciousness of the full-size cabin. “The interior is a blend of beauty, function and design that has resulted in one of the most comfortable and aesthetically pleasing cabins available in a business aircraft,” said John Rosanvallon, President and CEO of Dassault Falcon.
From design to manufacturing, Dassault Falcon has cultivated a deep-rooted culture of precision. The Digital Flight Control System (DFCS) has three flight computers that receive control inputs and direct movement, backed up by three secondary computers. An analog computer controls the two flight spoilers using rudder pedal displacement. The trimmable horizontal stabilizer, via the pitch trim switch, provides the ultimate back-up.These computers permit precise flight path control.
The smooth maneuverability of the Falcon 2000 makes it a favorite for pilots and passengers alike. Dassault highlights the fact that with the Falcon 2000 you can get in and out of smaller airfields with greater margins of safety and achieve higher efficiencies at altitude offering substantial fuel savings and a cleaner footprint.
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