It is ideal for transoceanic and transcontinental trips and offers great versatility in flight planning. "The "FALCON 900"
The cabin seating for 12 to 14, a range of 4,630 nautical miles (four passengers, NBAA IFR reserves) and the ability to use much shorter runways and have much greater peace of mind when traversing large bodies of water than you can with comparable twin-jets.
The standup, flat-floor cabin yields 1,264 cubic feet of space and is 77 inches wide. The optional forward crew lavatory cuts down on galley space but is a must-have for longer missions.
"Falcon 900 Information"
"Excellent flight range."
"8 to 12 seat configuration."
"Built in restroom / wardrobe."
"Three engine configuration."
The galley is adequate: it offers hot and cold running water, a convection/microwave oven, ice drawer and stowage. Eliminating a forward closet can clear the way for an optional third crew seat.
Typical cabin layouts include a forward club-four grouping followed by four smaller seats arrayed around a hi-lo conference table opposite a credenza.
Behind that there is room for more single seats or a pair of three-place divans. This aft part of the cabin can be closed off with a solid pocket door, creating a private suite.
Behind this space you will find the generous aft lavatory with in-flight, walk-through access to the baggage compartment.