Following the success of its DA-900 series three-engine intercontinental jets, Dassault announced the development of a wide-body jet of shorter range to replace its aging Falcon 20/200 line.

The Falcon 2000 is essentially a reduced size, twin-engine derivative of the Falcon 900 series.

The 2000DX is a shorter-range derivative of the 2000EX and will replace the original Falcon 2000 large-cabin aircraft.

The $25.5 million DX "will climb directly to 41,000ft in 17min and offer a low approach speed of 210km/h [112kt], which is ideal for short-field landings.


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