The layout of the cabin
Range
Features
Passenger capacity
8-14
Crew
2 persons
Cruising speed
926 km/h
Range
8800 km
Cabin
Length
10.11 m
Width
2.34 m
Height
1.88 m

With High-Mach Blended Winglets extending its range to 4,750 nm (8,800 km), the 900LX crosses any ocean or continent. Fueled for a 3,000 nm (5,556 km) trip, the Falcon 900LX can depart runways of less than 4,000 feet (1,219 m) at sea level and less than 6,000 feet (1829 m) in Denver-like settings a mile above sea level. It also gives access to challenging airports, such as those at London City, Aspen, St. Moritz, Gstaad and Toluca. Even on warm days, the 900LX delivers ample range from high elevations.

The 900LX’s high maximum landing weight allows short hops followed by transoceanic leaps, without refueling. Fly from Washington, D.C. to Geneva, for example, with a quick stop in New York. Or fly six from Paris to London, then on to New York, with fuel to spare.

The 900LX cabin measures 6 feet, 2 inches (1.88 m) tall and 7 feet 8 inches (2.34 m) wide – dimensions that translate into easy stand-up, walk-about comfort. With 6 feet 3 inches (1.91 m) of width available at floor level, the aisle is broad and individual seats offer plenty of recline. At 33 feet 2 inches (10.11 m), the cabin’s length gives three distinct lounge areas for work, rest and relaxation.

Three Honeywell TFE731-60 engines power the 900LX. Each produces 5,000 pounds (22.24 kN) of thrust at sea level up to ISA +17°C and provides unbeatable efficiency in this power range, along with a reputation for low fuel consumption and quiet operation.

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