The most spacious, advanced and versatile twin-engine long-haul business jet, the Falcon 6X has been approved by European and US authorities.
After completing a testing and certification process that lasted more than two years, and completed 1,500 flight hours since the maiden flight in March 2021, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have issued the type of certification required to bring the Dassault Falcon 6X into circulation.
In doing so, the French manufacturer can begin to finalize and finalize the first copies, and prepare for their delivery.
It has a range of 10,200 km, the largest in its class, and meets the latest safety standards.
The twin-engine variant features a control plane layout typical of Dassault business jets, and the new generation Pratt & Whitney PW800 engines are located at the rear of the fuselage. Its maximum flight speed is Mach 0.9, which is common in modern business jets. The Falcon 6X has the widest and highest internal cross-section in its class, measuring 2.6m by 1.98m, with a body length of 12.3m.