The Falcon 7X was the first business-class plane in the world to swap traditional manual controls for a digital flight control system, something which was previously used in fighter jets and which makes the 7X much more precise to fly.
Over 270 Falcon 7X long-range tri-jets are being used in 41 countries world-wide, notching up approximately 550,000 flight hours since it was introduced by Dassault Aviation as the new addition to their Falcon range in 2005 at the Paris Air Show.
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The Falcon 7X stands at 76.7ft long and 25.67ft high, with a wing span of 86ft. The cabin is 39ft long, with an interior width of 9.2ft and a height of 7.4ft. It seats 13 passengers as standard, with a maximum configuration for 19, and has access to a galley and a washroom.
The three P&W Canada PW307A engines give out 6,402lbs of thrust each and the jet has a maximum range of 6,732 miles. It has a service ceiling of 51,000ft, and a max speed of 562mph.
The Falcon 7X has Honeywell technology installed in its cockpit, including the Primus Epic EASy II Flight Deck. With Primus P-880 radar and the 360150 APU.
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