Dassault Falcon Jets for Sale

Dassault Falcon has been a significant force in the business jet world since the mid-1960s, with a particular focus today on the Large Jet (large cabin and ultra-long-range) markets.

Dassault Aviation has made significant inroads into the ultra-long-range business jet market, notably through the Falcon 7X, which entered service in 2007. With a range of about 5,870nm, the aircraft typically accommodates up to 12 on trans-continental trips, and was notably the first purpose-built business jet to be fully fly-by-wire.


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Dassault Falcon 50EX

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North America + Canada, United States - FL, For Sale by The Private Jet Company
  • Year 2002
  • S/N 327
  • Total Time 4841
4,841 Hours Total Time Engines Enrolled on JSSI Plus APU Enrolled on JSSI Gogo ATG-5000 WiFi Aircell ST-3100 Iridium w/ Collins
2C Insp. Due in November 2026
Updated 13 Nov 2023

Dassault Falcon 50

Price: USD $1,695,000 Price Reduced
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Dassault Falcon 50

Price: USD $1,695,000 Price Reduced
North America + Canada, United States - MD, For Sale by Southern Cross Aircraft LLC
  • Year 1982
  • S/N 0059
  • Total Time 12742
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
Regulation FAR Part 135 Enrolled
Updated 01 Sep 2023

Dassault Falcon 50

Price: USD $2,550,000
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Dassault Falcon 50

Price: USD $2,550,000
North America + Canada, United States - UT, For Sale by SOLJETS
  • Year 1980
  • S/N 50-25
  • Total Time 11951
• Coveted “-40” Engine Conversion • GoGo ATG-5000 Cabin WiFi • CAMP
Updated 13 Feb 2024
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Dassault Falcon 50

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North America + Canada, Canada, For Sale by Hopkinson Aircraft Sales
  • Year 1989
  • S/N 194
  • Total Time 11007.1
Engines enrolled on EAP Dual UNS-1LW FMS Single UNS-1K FMS WAAS/LPV GoGo ATG-5000 WiFi 2016 Paint & Interior Nine (9)
Updated 14 Feb 2024
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Dassault Falcon 50

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North America + Canada, United States - AR, For Sale by JetWise
  • Year 1980
  • S/N 0019
  • Total Time 11432.8
SILENT AUCTION ONLY - This Falcon 50 was repossessed and is now up for auction. It has been hangared for most
Updated 16 Feb 2024
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Dassault Falcon 50

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North America + Canada, United States - AZ, For Sale by Global Jet Partners, LLC
  • Year 1985
  • S/N 50-157
  • Total Time 13452
• Fresh 2C/6C May 2022 at West Star ALN with several upgrades – cost over $800,000 • Last 1C/3C done April 2016 at West
Updated 30 Apr 2023
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FAQs: Dassault Falcon Jets for Sale

Here are the most Frequently Asked Questions for Dassault Falcon Jets for sale
  • How much does a Dassault Falcon jet Cost?

    A new Dassault Falcon private jet costs between $36m for a 2023 model Falcon 2000LXS and $58m for a 2023 model Falcon 8X, according to Aircraft Bluebook’s Winter 2023 data. Depending on the age and condition, buyers can purchase a used Falcon business jet for less. For example, Aircraft Bluebook’s Winter 2023 data shows that a 2010-model Falcon 7X retails for approximately $20m, a 2000-model Falcon 900EX costs $11.5m and a 1983-model Falcon 200 costs $600k.

  • How many Dassault Falcon private jets are flying today?

    In December 2023 there were 2,201 Dassault Falcon jets flying worldwide, per JETNET. The Falcon 7X has the largest in-operation fleet, with 299 units in operation. At the time of writing, there has been 519 Falcon private jet retirements from a total 2,749 units built.

  • How far can I fly on a Dassault Falcon private jet?

    Dassault Falcon private jets offer maximum ranges between 1,285nm (for the Falcon 20C) up to 6,630nm (for the Falcon 8X), according to Conklin & de Decker, based on four passengers and available fuel aboard.

  • Which jets compete with Dassault Falcon private jet models?

    Several private jets compete with Dassault Falcon jet models. Depending on aircraft category, these include Cessna Citations, Bombardier Challenger and Global models, Embraer and Gulfstream jets. For model-specific information, check out AvBuyer’s Jet Comparison articles.


Dassault Falcon Jets Overview


By Gerrard Cowan, Editor - Aircraft Reviews


Early Dassault Models

Dassault entered the business jet sector in the industry’s fledgling years, launching the Dassault Falcon 20. Various improvements to this aircraft followed, resulting in the Falcon 20C, 20D, 20E and Falcon 20F, and culminating in the Falcon 200 which saw improvements in capacity and range (among other things). The Falcon 200 accommodates between eight and 14 passengers, and has a range of about 2,300nm.

The Falcon 10, launched in the 1970s, was a smaller derivative of the Falcon 20, with a capacity for up to seven and a range of 1,920nm.

Similarly, the Falcon 50 was a longer-range, Super Mid-Size Jet that stemmed from the Falcon 20. This 3,200nm-range aircraft was also Dassault’s first tri-jet, featuring three TFE731-3-1C powerplants. Boasting a similar fuselage cross-section and capacity (typically nine passengers) as the Falcon 20, it incorporated an advanced wing design and required shorter take-off and landing distances.

The Falcon 50 was further developed through the Falcon 50EX in the 1990s, which extended its range.

Dassault’s Large Jet Developments

The Falcon 900 Large Jet was originally launched in the 1980s and remains on the market today, having gone through a range of adaptations, including the Falcon 900B, Falcon 900C, Falcon 900EX, and Falcon 900EX EASy, bringing a number of advances in power, range and avionics to the model. A shorter range Falcon 900DX variant was also produced. The aircraft has a capacity of up to 19 passengers.

The current production variant is the  Falcon 900LX, which was launched in 2008 and includes blended winglets, and reaches 4,750nm at long-range cruise with six passengers and two crew members. The 900LX is powered by three Honeywell TFE731-60 engines, features an EASy II Flight Deck, incorporates the Honeywell Primus Epic System, and has a maximum take-off weight of 49,000lbs.

The Falcon 2000, meanwhile, was a twin-engined, slightly smaller development of the Falcon 900 tri-jet, with inter-continental range (up to 4,000nm). The cabin is typically configured for 10, and the original powerplants were CFE738-1-1B turbofans.

As with the Falcon 900 series, various Falcon 2000 models were produced, including the Falcon 2000EX and Falcon 2000EX EASy, Falcon 2000DX, Falcon 2000LX and Falcon 2000S. Today’s version, the Falcon 2000LXS replaced the 2000LX model while simultaneously offering the shorter field capabilities of the 2000S.

Dassault’s Ultra-Long-Range X-Factor

The Falcon 7X cockpit is equipped with Dassault’s Honeywell Primus Epic-based EASy avionics, while the aircraft features three PW307A engines.

The current Falcon flagship jet is the Falcon 8X. This ultra-long-range jet can fly up to 6,450nm with eight passengers and three crew, though it can hold up to 16 passengers. The aircraft features three PW307D engines and an EASy III Flight Deck with Honeywell Primus Epic System. 

Dassault is also looking to the future, and the Falcon 6X – a 5,500nm-range aircraft – is due to begin deliveries in 2022. Like the Falcon 8X, it will be capable of accommodating 16 passengers.

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