When an aircraft manufacturer introduces a new model, it is most likely an improved version of the predecessor. There is no better example than the Dassault Falcon 7X; it flies higher, farther and faster than any of its predecessors. Delivered in 2007, the Falcon 7X outperforms similar aircraft in its class, due in large part to a new engine and complete redesign. The 7X employs three, not two, Pratt & Whitney Canada PW307A engines. Each engine is rated at 6,402 lbs of thrust. They are responsible for the jet’s 5,950 nautical-mile range as well as its fast Mach .90 operating speed. The upgraded engines also reduce cabin noise and vibration, efficient for business travel. When stepping into the Dassault Falcon 7X, it is surprisingly similar to the 900EX, but longer. The 1,552 cubic foot cabin measures 6.2 feet high, 7.8 feet wide, and 39.1 feet long. There is also 140 cubic feet of baggage space. In addition to ample space, the cabin is the epitome of comfort. Features include lower noise levels, larger windows and advanced temperature monitoring.

Technical Specifications

Seats 10-14 seats
Height 6 ft 2 in
Width 7 ft 7 in
Length 39 ft 1 in
Range 5,950 nm
Manufacturer Dassault Aviation
Speed 515 knots
Max Altitude 51,000 ft.
Baggage 140 cu ft
Lavatory Full
San Jose Airport

Mineta San José International Airport