Dassault Falcon 2000EX Wifi
For those seeking speed, luxury and comfort, the Dassault Falcon 2000EX easy will revolutionize the way you travel. The Falcon 2000EX easy has been designed for the use of up to 10 passengers. If you find yourselves traveling overnight or simply in need of more comfort than a chair can offer, it has one very attractive feature. Selected seats within the four-club configuration can be stretched out flat and combined to create beds. The ideal place to catch 40 winks or simply work away the knots in your back while traveling. An in-built restroom provides full privacy for every passenger while also boasting an integrated wardrobe. Use this space to freshen up and change into your favorite suit or dress in preparation for what the day will bring.
Powered by two Pratt & Whitney engines, the Falcon 2000EX easy is renowned for its comfort. It is able to fly at speeds of up to 482 knots and altitudes of 39,000ft. Essentially, this means you’ll bypass uncomfortable turbulence and reach the final destination in no time at all. When it comes to comfort, no stone has been unturned. From the moment you step aboard, the large and spacious cabin invites you in. Plush leather chairs seem to envelop themselves around your body, supporting you entirely as you rest or focus on important business tasks. If you need to catch up on emails, finalize a presentation or go over the contract one last time, there are large writing tables available with enough space for a refreshing drink or bite to eat at the same time. Alternatively, adjust the headrest, sit back and simply let the worries of your day wash away.
- Crew Two pilots
- Capacity 10 passengers
- Length 66 ft 4 in (20.21 m)
- Wingspan 63 ft 5 in (19.20 m)
- Height 23 ft 2 in (7 m)
- Empty weight 23,190 lb (10,519 kg)
- Max. takeoff weight 42,200 lb (19,142 kg)
- Powerplant 2 Engine Mfg: Pratt & Whitney Canada Engine Model: PW308C
- Maximum speed 555 mph (482 knots, 893 km/h)
- Range 4,655 mi (4,045 nmi)
- Service ceiling 47,000 ft (14,325 m)
- Rate of climb 4,375 ft/min (1,334 m/min)