Falcon 2000 profile, including current pricing, manufacturing dates, cabin size and passenger capacity, range, speed, baggage space, fractional ownership and jet card options
Dassault Falcon 2000 Facts
The French-made Dassault Falcon 2000 is popular for its wide cabin although the base model range is better suited for transcontinental flights than across the ocean.
In addition to the 229 Falcon 2000s in service, there are 352 more in its series sisters and it has seen a second life in the jet card market via ex-NetJets aircraft hitting the market.
The price for a used Falcon 2000 starts at around $3.2 million.
Production Start: 1995
Production Ends: 2007
Falcon 2000 Related Models
The Falcon 2000 is the precursor of the Falcon 2000DX (2008 to 2010), Falcon EX (2003 to 2004), Falcon 2000EX EASy (2004 to 2009), Falcon 2000LX (2007 to 2012), and the Falcon 2000LXS (2013 to current). All have the same cabin dimensions.
Large Cabin – Heavy Jet
As of November 2019, Amstat lists 229 Falcon 2000s in service
Falcon 2000 Cabin Size and Passengers
Height: 6.1 feet
Width: 7.7 feet
Length: 31.2 feet
Seating Capacity: Up to 10 passengers
Within the Falcon 2000 family, the Dassault Falcon 2000LX has the longest range of 3,891 nautical miles full or 4,185 nautical miles with four passengers. The range of the Falcon 2000 is:
Full: 2,841 nautical miles
Four Passengers: 3,130 nautical miles
Maximum Cruise Speed: 547 mph
Normal Cruise Speed: 528 mph
Long-Range Cruise Speed: 495 mph
134 cubic feet, all interior and accessible from the passenger cabin
Fractional Ownership – Yes
Dedicated Jet Card – Yes
Used Falcon 2000s are listed starting at approximately $3.2 million
Other Dassault Falcon models currently in production
The Delaware-based company is expanding beyond parts and maintenance, growing its charter operations via ownership and management, and ramping up its Santos Jet Card program alongside its ProspAir Jet Charter brokerage cards
In the world of private aviation, Dumont Group is best known for parts and maintenance, often buying used aircraft for components that can be used as replacements. That has been changing for a while and will be even more so – in a big way. As the company expands its aircraft management, it is becoming a well-sized charter operator owning and operating aircraft as well as operating and managing aircraft for owners, some who use the jets exclusively for themselves and others who allow Dumont to sell charter trips on them.