- 01 Apr 2018
- Mike Chase
- Jets Comparison
The mid-size Dassault Falcon 2000 is a twin-engined, slightly smaller development of the Falcon 900 tri-jet, with transcontinental range (up to 3,130nm). The cabin is typically configured for 10. The original powerplants were CFE738-1-1B turbofans.
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Dassault Falcon 2000 Jet Snapshot
By Matt Harris
The Falcon 2000 is a Large Jet built by Dassault. Typically it is configured to seat eight to 10 passengers. Production began in 1995 and ended in 2007 after 231 units were built, per JETNET data. According to Aircraft Bluebook, in winter 2020 the average price for a Falcon 2000 ranged between $2.0m (1995 model) and $6.0m (2007 model).
What makes the Falcon 2000 stand out?
With a 3,100nm range, the Dassault Falcon 2000 is a transcontinental jet built to provide the market with a larger, but more economical choice. Powered by two General Electric CFE738-1-1A engines, though the aircraft is smaller than Dassault’s Falcon 900, its cabin still offers a very generous 1,028cu.ft, per Conklin & de Decker data.
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