Dassault Falcon 50 EX

  • Dassault
  • Falcon 50 EX

Dassault Aviation was the first to create a private jet with intercontinental range: the Falcon 50. Seventeen years later, they re-created it, keeping the features that made it such a success, while modifying others with more advanced technology. The long-range variant, the Falcon 50EX results in a private jet that looks and feels like its predecessor, but easily supersedes it. The Falcon 50EX cruises faster at high altitudes; flies further; burns less fuel; and generally outperforms the Falcon 50 in every respect.

  • Make: Dassault
  • Model: Falcon 50 EX

Full Description

Dassault Aviation was the first to create a private jet with intercontinental range: the Falcon 50. Seventeen years later, they re-created it, keeping the features that made it such a success, while modifying others with more advanced technology. The long-range variant, the Falcon 50EX results in a private jet that looks and feels like its predecessor, but easily supersedes it. The Falcon 50EX cruises faster at high altitudes; flies further; burns less fuel; and generally outperforms the Falcon 50 in every respect.

 

Specs:

Passengers: 9 (default)

Lavatory: Full Enclosed

Maximum Speed: 880 km/h

Maximum Altitude: 45,000 ft.

Range: 3,500nm (default)

Cabin Size: 6’1” (width) x 23’5” (length) x 5’9” (height)

Baggage Capacity: 115 cu. ft. (default)

 

Cabin

The cabin of the Falcon 50EX is perhaps the part of the jet that has changed the least.  It still has a height and width of 5.9 and 6.1 feet, respectively.  At 23.5 feet in length the Falcon 50EX features a total cabin volume of 700 cubic feet.  115 cubic feet of baggage storage is available in internal compartments.  Three closets in the cabin provide space for coats, suits, and briefcases.  All baggage compartments are fully pressurized. A total of 2,205 pounds of bags can be stored.

The nine-passenger seating configuration is generally laid out in one four-seat club arrangement, and a separate section of two facing seats and a three-seat divan.  Work tables fold out between facing seats so work can be completed in-flight.  Power plugs are available for laptops and office equipment. Temperature control is separate for the cockpit and the cabin, so both parties are comfortable in-flight. Space and equipment for hot and cold food preparation come standard, including an oven, ice chest, and coffee maker.

Flight deck

The two-crew flight deck is fitted with Sully Produits Speciaux windscreen panels, a Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 electronic flight information system with four displays and a Thales (formerly Sextant) Avionique Engine Indicating Electronic Display (EIED) with a three-tube liquid crystal display.

The aircraft is equipped with a Rockwell Collins APS-4000 autopilot linked to an ADC-850C air data system, dual FMS-6100 flight management systems with GPS (global positioning system), dual Honeywell EGPWS electronic ground proximity warning system with windshear detection and dual Honeywell Laseref III laser gyroscopes.

The Falcon 50EX can be fitted with the Max-Vis EVS-1000 enhanced vision system to improve the pilot's situational awareness.

Engines

The Falcon 50EX uses three Honeywell TFE731-40 turbofan engines, that provide more thrust at cruise speeds and burn less fuel than the Falcon 50’s TFE731-3-1C engines.  Providing the same amount of thrust for a sea level takeoff as the -3-1C engines, the -40s have an increased ambient temperature, meaning that they perform nearly the same at high altitudes and temperatures as they do at sea level.

 

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