On May 06, 2021, Dassault Aviation launched its newest high-speed, ultra-long-range aircraft, the Falcon 10X. The French manufacturer’s newest flagship aircraft will feature innovative safety features derived from the latest fighter technology. The Falcon 10X is expected to “hit the skies” at the end of 2025.
Dassault Aviation’s top-performing Falcon 10X promises to deliver an exceptional level of comfort, versatility, luxury, and more.
The Falcon 10X features the largest, most comfortable, and most luxurious cabin in its class…
In fact, its cabin cross-section will be larger and wider than some regional commercial jets! The Falcon 10X’s cabin (2.03 m tall, 2.77 m wide) will be almost 20 cm wider and 50 cm wider than the widest and tallest business jets in its class, making the sheer size of the cabin its distinguishing feature. All that space makes every requested internal configuration possible. The aircraft’s easily accessible baggage compartment is also the largest in its class.
The Falcon 10X (33.4 m long, 8.4 m high, with a wingspan of 33.6 m) will feature 38 large windows, allowing maximum pleasant light entry and distribution, in addition to exquisite views. In addition, the aircraft’s cabin will feature a modern air-filtration system to eliminate ozone and pollutants. Cabin altitude is the lowest in the industry, and humidity is kept at ideal levels to help ease jetlag. The Falcon 10X’s sound levels will be comparable to the 8X’s, the quietest in the industry. Moreover, the will cabin features high-speed connectivity including Ka-band networking to allow internet access and in-flight communications even in remote locations. Large monitors or personal devices will feature the latest High Definition (HD) entertainment.
The Falcon 10X’s intercontinental performance…
Two Rolls- Royce Pearl® 10X engines will power the Falcon 10X. The Rolls- Royse Pearl® engines are among the most powerful and most efficient in the industry. In addition, the aircraft will feature an intercontinental range of 7’500 nm, equivalent to 13’900 km, flying non-stop from New York to Shanghai or from Los Angeles to Sydney, at a maximum altitude of 15’545 m. The aircraft’s top operational speed will reach Mach 0.925.
To guarantee precise and smooth handling, the Falcon 10X will be equipped with Falcon Digital Flight Control Technology. The aircraft’s new pilot-friendly flight deck, with simplified intuitive interfaces and multi-function touch screens, reduces pilot load and maximizes safety. To enhance situational awareness in the day or night in adverse weather, the aircraft will have the FalconEye Combined Vision System with dual Head-Up-Displays (HUDs).
Learn more about the Falcon 10X here!
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