In October 2005, Dassault announced the Falcon 2000DX which will replace the Falcon 2000. The new aircraft has the same interior, EASy flight deck and engines as the 2000EX, but a range of 6,019km (3,250nm).
Fractional Ownership Programs NetJets(r) found an active market for Falcon 2000 models soon after placing their initial order in 1997.
Over thirty of those aircraft are now flying for their fractional program in the United States and Europe.
Longer Legs and New Engines The Falcon 2000EX is a longer-legged version of the 2000, offering a 25% increase in range.
Based on the standard equipped aircraft with six passengers, NBAA IFR reserves and at a normal cruising speed of .80 Mach, the nonstop capability increases from 3040 nm in the Falcon 2000, to 3800 nm nautical miles in the Falcon 2000EX.