Dassault Falcon 2000

The Dassault Falcon 2000 series are French business jets and a member of Dassault Aviation’s Falcon business jet line. It has twin-engines and is slightly smaller than the Falcon 900 trijet. The Falcon 2000 has a large cabin, transcontinental range, and fast cruise speeds.  It can easily complete nonstop flights such as trips from Miami to Seattle or from Boston to San Francisco. The Falcon 2000 was the first private jet that Dassault designed without a physical model.  Its design was completely digital, created by Computer Aided Three-dimensional Interactive Application (CATIA) software. This software helped improve aerodynamic structure and simplified the airplane’s systems.

Falcon 2000
Original version certified in 1994 with CFE (General Electric & AlliedSignal) CFE738-1-1B turbofans.

Seats Full Range (NM / SM): 2769 / 3187
Ferry Range (No Payload) (NM / SM): 3,052 / 3,512
Balance Field Length (Take-off Distance in Feet): 5,304
Landing Distance (Feet): 3,309
Average Block Speed (KTS / MPH): 448 / 515
Normal Cruise (KTS / MPH): 447 / 515
Long Range Cruise Speed (KTS / MPH): 419 / 482
Fuel Usage (Gallons Per Hour): 277.00
Service Ceiling (Feet): 47,000
Useful Payload With Full Fuel (Lbs): 1,068
Maximum Take Off Weight: 35,800
Maximum Landing Weight: 33,000
Basic Operating Weight: 22,181
Total Usable Fuel Weight: 11,851


range map falcon 2000

Minimum Crew / Maximum Passengers: 2 / 10
Baggage Capacity External / Internal (Cubic Feet): 0 / 134
Cabin Height (Feet): 6’2″
Cabin Width (Feet): 7’8″
Cabin Length (Feet): 31’0″
Cabin Volume (Cubic Feet): 1479.94
Years in Production: 1995-2007
Active Fleet (approximate): 230.00

cabin specs Falcon 2000

Airframe Maintenance Per Hour: $615.00
Engine / APU Maintenance Per Hour: $1,279.00
Fuel Cost based on Gallons Per Hour: $1,177.25
Crew Misc.: $518.00
Total Variable Cost Per Hour: $3,589.25
Cost Per NM: $8.02