Smaller than other heavy jets in its class, the Falcon 2000 is an economic choice that still delivers exemplary performance, range, and speed for charter flights.
Take off distance
1,028 cu ft
134 cu ft
Prices for a charter jet on the Falcon 2000 range between $8,000 and $11,000 per hour. Final costs depend on the customer’s departure city, destination, and flight schedule. Contact JetLevel for more information on booking a charter flight.
The Falcon 2000 provides a transcontinental range in a smaller package than some of Dassault’s other business jets. The French company manufactured the plane between 1994 and 2006, and 230 aircraft are still in operation today.
Two CFE 738-1-1B engines with 5,918 pounds of thrust each contribute to the Falcon 2000’s long range topping out over 3,000 nautical miles, making coast-to-coast and even transcontinental flights a breeze. Additionally, the Falcon 2000 can land with a nearly full tank, giving customers the flexibility to make pit stops along their route to pick up additional passengers.
The fuel economy of the Falcon 2000 is more like that of a midsize jet than a heavy jet, but it still performs like one. With a high cruise speed of 479 knots, you can get to your destination safely and quickly, while saving money on fuel.
The Falcon 2000 also provides the spaciousness of a heavy jet, but operates more nimbly like a smaller aircraft. While it might be shorter in length than other jets in its class, its cabin still provides ample headroom even when standing thanks to its 6.2-foot cabin height. The 7.7-foot wide cabin can also accommodate three seats across with aisle space.
Foldout tables and swiveling screens give passengers the flexibility to relax and watch entertainment, eat a meal, or get work done during their trip. A private dressing room also allows you to comfortably change before you arrive at your final destination. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, the Falcon 2000 is a great heavy jet option that provides both ample range and economic prices.