Falcon 2000LXS  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2014
Maiden Flight: 2013
Total Production: ?
Origin: France
Corporations: Dassault-Aviation
Parent System: Dassault Falcon
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1965
Total Production: 2,082
Family Members: Falcon 2000, Falcon 2000LX, Falcon 2000S, Falcon 5X, Falcon 7X, Falcon 8X, Falcon 900 and Falcon 900LX
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Description: Dassault-Aviation's Falcon is a family of business jets powered by two or three engines introduced in 1965 with more than 1,800 airplanes ordered from customers in 65 countries. The Falcon family has logged more than 11 million flying hours since its first customer delivery in the 1960s. From the twinjet Falcon 20 to the trijet Falcon 7X featuring intercontinental range, Falcon has taken profit from advanced technologies coming from both military and commercial range. Originally Falcon was known as the Mystere and inherited Dassault's expertise on military aircraft programs.

The first commercial model available was twinjet Falcon 20 (Mystere 20) followed by Falcon 200 which was also powered by two engines. In 1979, Dassault delivered the first long range, trijet Falcon 50 business jet. The Falcon 50EX is currently the last Falcon 50 model in production and is capable of traveling slightly more than 3,000 nautical miles (nm). Trijet Falcon 900 features ranges in excess of 4,000 nm (7,000+ km). In 1995, Dassault introduced Falcon 2000 twinjet aircraft for customers needing VIP transport for ranges no greater than 4,000 nautical miles. By 2006, Falcon 7X with an impressive range of 5,700 nm (10,500 km) will complete Falcon portfolio.

The Dassault Falcon 2000LXS business jet is the new production standard intended to replace the current Falcon 2000LX aircraft beginning in 2014. The 4,000 nautical mile (nm) Falcon 2000LXS offers improved airport performance, payload and cabin comfort. The new full-length inboard slats give the aircraft category-leading airport performance and balanced field length. With full fuel, the Falcon 2000LXS will have a payload of 2,190 pounds, a maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) of 42,800 lbs with a balanced field length of 4,675 feet. Dassault announced the new Falcon on October 29, 2012. Type certification is anticipated in the first half of 2013 with deliveries beginning one year later.

The Falcon 2000LXS will be powered by two fuel efficient and greener Pratt & Whitney Canada PW308C engines each developing 7,000-lb of thrust at takeoff. The avionics package includes AirCellAxxess II Satcom System and EASy II cockpit. The cabin sound level within the Falcon 2000LXS has been lowered by two decibels compared to its predecessor.

Falcon 2000LXS Specifications

Crew: 1
Number of Engines: 2
Passengers: 6
Ceiling: 47,000 foot (14,326 meter)
Landing Run Distance: 2,260 foot (689 meter)
Max Range: 4,000 nautical mile (4,604 mile)
Operational Altitude: 45,000 foot (13,716 meter)
Take Off Run Distance: 4,675 foot (1,425 meter)
Cruise Speed: 0.80 mach (956 kph)
Max Takeoff Thrust: 14,000 pound
Max Takeoff Weight: 42,800 pound (19.4 ton)
Payload: 2,190 pound (993 kilogram)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Falcon 2000LXS News

There are 4 news between
29 Oct 2012 and 2 Oct 2013
Wednesday, October 2, 2013Dassault Delivers 500th Falcon 2000 Business Jet
Thursday, April 18, 2013Dassault Falcon 2000S and 2000LXS Business Jets Awarded FAA Certification
Wednesday, March 27, 2013Dassault Falcon 2000S and 2000XLS Jets Awarded EASA Certification
Monday, October 29, 2012Dassault Introduces the Falcon 2000LXS Business Jet

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