Falcon 50B and Falcon 50EX

Falcon 50B & Falcon 50EX

Performance

With a more spacious cabin and greater performance than the midsize class, the Falcon 50 (along with its sister, the Falcon 900) can handle short runway distances and high elevation departures better than any modern corporate jet. A long range, super-midsize aircraft, it remains a popular choice for its maneuvering ability, luxury, and unique triple-engine design. It became the Falcon family’s first transoceanic aircraft with a considerable range of 3,400 nautical miles at maximum passenger capacity.

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In April of 1995, Dassault announced the long-range Falcon 50EX with more fuel efficient TFE731-40 turbofans, 400-nm greater range (at mach 0.80) than the base Falcon 50 and a new EFIS flight deck based on the Falcon 2000 with Collins Pro Line 4 avionics. The 50EX also features standard equipment items offered as options only on the Falcon 50, therefore allowing for greater efficiency than its older sibling.

Specifications

Falcon 50B

  • Cabin Height: 5’9”Cruise Speed (mph): 528
  • Cabin Width: 6’1”Range: Distance (nm): 3084
  • Cabin Length: 23’6”Time (hrs.): 6.0
  • Door Height: 5’Baggage Volume (ft3): 115s
  • Door Width: 2’7”
  • Passengers: 9

Falcon 50EX

  • Cabin Height: 5’9”Cruise Speed (mph): 540
  • Cabin Width: 6’1”Range: Distance (nm): 3260
  • Cabin Length: 23’6”Time (hrs.): 6.5
  • Door Height: 5’Baggage Volume (ft3): 115s
  • Door Width: 2’7”
  • Passengers: 8

Amenitites


Falcon 50B

  • Satellite phone
  • Airshow
  • CD/DVD player
  • Forward and aft wall mount LCD displays
  • Data Ports
  • Full service galley equipped with microwave
  • Lavatory

Falcon 50EX

  • Club seats with leather upholstery
  • Satellite Phone
  • Airshow
  • Forward and aft wall mount LCD monitors
  • CD/DVD player
  • Data ports
  • Full service galley with microwave and oven
  • Lavatory