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"FALCON 2000LX, Private Flights!"

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The Falcon 2000lx is an upgrade from the Falcon 2000 with a range of up to 8 hours of flight time.


The Dassault Falcon 2000LX jet aircrafts offer the new EASy state-of-the-art advanced cockpit with a range of 3,800 NM thanks to better fuel efficiency and additional fuel tanks.


All this comes to you, along with a roomier cabin and a more efficient fuel burn - than other jet aircrafts in its category.


The range of the 2000LX adds an extra 200 NM thanks to the winglets i.e. 4,000 NM. Click here for more details.


The Dassault Falcon 2000LX, originally designed for 16 passengers in an economy configuration, are now reconfigured to seat 9 passengers.


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In addition to range, the Falcon 2000LX offers versatility, speed, and efficiency.


At sea level, it can take off in less than 5,600 feet of runway and can climb to its cruise altitude in 15 minutes.


It also burns just 270 gallons of fuel per hour of flight, which is unusually low for an aircraft with the Falcon’s capabilities.


This $33.4 million jet seats 10 passengers in a cabin that has 6.2 feet of headroom and is nearly 8 feet wide and more than 26 feet long.


The winglets and associated components will be installed per OEM approved data via Dassault Aviation Mods.


The result is an aircraft with the commercial designation Falcon 2000LX with increased resale value and is eligible for all Falcon 2000LX specific Service Bulletins.


True to the French sense of style, a wide variety of interior decorating options are available.


For example, there are eighteen different metal finishes just for the bathroom sink.


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Based on the popular Falcon 2000EX, the 2000LX will feature a range of 4,000 nautical miles at Mach .80 and a best-in-class climb speed to 41,000 feet in just 18 minutes.


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