The last driver will be the improved Pratt & Whitney Canada PW308C engines, designated for the 2000S, featuring a new combustor.
It will retain the lowest cruise fuel consumption (around 1.6kg/nm at M0.8) over the longest distance, compared with its competitors.
Dassault says that the "S" in the 2000S name has no real significance other than to show that the aircraft is a distinct model and the newest member of the Falcon business jet range, and to allude to its fully slatted wing.
New inboard wing slats and high-Mach blended winglets enhance aerodynamic efficiency, so the 2000S can get in and out of small, convenient airports like London City.
Which means you can relax over a fine meal served from your full galley, or work in your airborne office that is just as connected and equipped as the one you’re used to. "The FALCON 2000S"