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March 10, 2022

Focus on the Dassault Falcon Line: Used Private Jets Worth Buying

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How did a company who started with producing wooden propellers during World War I become an expert in strategic aircraft technology by its 100th anniversary?

Ask Dassault Aviation. The company got its start by fulfilling a need during critical moments in its country’s history, and continues to produce business jets that rival even the stiffest competition.

What should you know about Dassault Aviation? We can help answer your questions.

A Brief History of the Dassault Falcon Service Fleet
Meet the Dassault Falcon family, a line-up of business jets made by Dassault Aviation. The first Falcon took flight in 1963, and today, the aircraft manufacturing continues to develop and introduce new members of the service fleet, including mid-size jets, long-range jets, and trijets. There’s truly a Dassault Falcon for everyone.

As of July 2017, there were more than 2,100 Falcon aircraft in service; in total, the family has accumulated nearly 20 million flight hours in 90 countries.

Meet the Fleet
You’re likely to see many of these Dassault Falcon family members offered as private jets for sale. However, older jets will be far less common, while newer ones are a much smarter buy, especially if you’re looking for longevity with modern technology.

  • Falcon 20, also known as the Falcon 200, introduced in 1963 and discontinued in 1988

  • Falcon 10, also known as the Falcon 100, introduced in 1970 and discontinued in 1989

  • Falcon 40, available outside North America, introduced in 1973 and discontinued in 1975

  • Falcon 50, the trijet derived from the Falcon 20, introduced in 1976 and discontinued in 2008

  • Falcon 900, a trijet, introduced in 1984 and still in production (with an updated 900B model)

  • Falcon 2000, scaled down version of the 900, introduced in 1993 and still in production

  • Falcon 7X, a trijet, introduced in 2005

  • Falcon 8X, an improved-upon version of the 7X, introduced in 2016

Dassault Aviation plans to release more Falcon fleet models in coming years, which means there will be an even larger variety to choose from in a few years when you’re ready to upgrade your aircraft to a nicer, newer used private jet.

Our Favorite Dassault Business Jets
With so many Dassault Falcons in the air, you’re highly likely to find a preowned jet for sale. Our recent guides to a couple of these business jets can help you make your purchase decision.

  • The Dassault Falcon 50 is a good option for a mid-size jet if you’re on a strict budget. It’s a trijet - meaning it has three engines - with an S-duct air intake for the central engine. Because its manufacture began in the mid ‘70s and ended in the late 2000s, you can find Falcon 50 jets at a wide range of prices.

  • A French-made Dassault Falcon 900 is a top-of-the-line private jet that handily completes transatlantic flight routes and comes with an optional second lavatory. Look for refurbished models to get the most from your investment, or opt for the 900B model.

Why Fly Back Home in a Dassault Falcon?

We mentioned that the Dassault Falcon was a spectacularly popular business jet, and with many models still in production, there are quite a few reasons you’ll want to fly back to the office in one as soon as possible.

  • A spacious and comfortable cabin offers a smooth, quiet ride, while a full-size galley and lavatory keep you well-rested and ready.

  • Modern Dassault Aviation models are outfitted with the latest software, including Dassault’s advanced CATIA and PLM software.

  • They’re easy to fly. Pilots have compared flying a Falcon to driving a sports car. Nothing flies quite like a Falcon.

  • The Dassault Falcon line gets incredible fuel economy (especially when compared to other jets of their age in the same class).

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