The wing area is increased by 40% compared to that of the Falcon 900 aircraft. New design improvements are being planned for Falcon 7X in the future.
The improvements include the "load 10" update to the EASy flight deck. Load 10 includes take-off and landing data. The certification of Falcon 7X enhanced flight vision system (EFVS) is expected in late 2010.
The Dassault / Honeywell EASy cockpit reduces the pilot workload, allowing the pilot to concentrate on the successful completion of the flight and on situational awareness.
The cabin width, 2.64m, is the same as in the Falcon 900EX. It is however substantially longer at 11.91m from the baggage hold door to the third flight deck seat.
The cabin design has been configured for passenger comfort for 13-hour non-stop flights and has acoustic control (with noise levels between 50dB and 52dB SIL) and thermal control.
Including those with hot and high conditions, steep approaches and stringent noise restrictions. The "Falcon 7X" is the only Aircraft in its class able to reach New York, from London City Airport.
From nose to tail, wingtip to wingtip, the Falcon 7X is pure elegance, efficiency, and performance. The following specifications physically define the world’s most technologically advanced "Business Jet."
The FALCON 7X has over 200 Private Jet Aircraft which are in service in 32 countries. The fleet has performed some 250,000 flight hours and presents excellent dispatch reliability. When an Aircraft manufacturer introduces a new model, it is most likely an improved version of the predecessor.