The Falcon 2000LXS is powered by two Pratt and Whitney Canada PWC308C engines each offering 7,000 pounds of thrust. The Falcon 2000LXS uses 238 gallons per hour (GPH).

Building on the success of its 4,000-nautical-mile model 2000LX, Dassault Falcon Jet, the launch of a lighter variant—the 2000LXS—that promises the same range as its predecessor.

Though the LXS will have a 600-pound heavier max takeoff weight, this will be partially offset by weight savings worth 400 pounds through structural improvements and lighter completion items such as soundproofing and insulation.

But the LXS engines will come with new Talon II combustors, which will produce 20 percent lower nitrogen oxide emissions without any penalty in power.

Dassault Falcon says the new combustor will make the engines 40 percent greener than required by future regulations.


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