Falcon 2000

The Falcon 2000 is a twin-engine French-made business jet and is essentially a slightly smaller development on the Falcon 900 trijet, with United States transcontinental coast-to-coast market range. The Falcon 2000 jet comes with fault monitoring and digital diagnostic systems, which help the mechanic in troubleshooting and repair work.  Most parts of the airplane are positioned to be easy for mechanics to reach and maintain.  The Falcon 2000 was designed to spend as little downtime in the shop as possible.

Two General Electric/Honeywell CFE738-1-1B engines power the Falcon 2000, each offering 5,918 pounds of thrust and using a combined 283 gallons per hour (GPH). The range of the Falcon 2000 is 3,052 nm operating under NBAA IFR 4 passengers with available fuel.

The cabin volume for the Falcon 2000 is 1,028 cubic feet. Typical configuration features 8 passenger and 2 crew seats.

Seats 10
Beds 4
Baggage Capacity 134 cubic feet
Speed 880 km/h
Range 3,200 miles
Interior Width 7.7 feet wide
Interior Height 6.2 feet tall

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