The Falcon 900DX has a lower takeoff speed, placing more thrust accumulation near the centerline. It can climb to its initial cruise altitude (FL370) in just 17 minutes, one minute faster than the superior EX, and travel 4,000 nautical miles. The DX’s high speed cruise is 474 knots and its flight ceiling is a substantial 51,000 feet. It gains in runway requirements as an exchange for a lower maximum takeoff weight.
True to Dassault form, the cabins of the Falcon 900DX and EX can be summed up in one word: spacious. The Falcon 900DX has one of the largest cabins in its class, measuring 6.2 feet high, 39 feet long and a generous 7.7 feet wide. And its appeal doesn’t stop there. It features key executive-travel amenities including phones, fax, SATCOM, data link, copier computer, video screens, television, custom executive desk, and conference tables.
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