Falcon 10

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Dassault Aviation
Estimated Hourly Cost
Take-Off Distance
4,485 ft / 1,367 m
Landing Distance
3,300 ft / 1,015 m
1,920 nm / 2,209 mi / 3,555 km
Max Cruise Speed
494 kt / 569 mph / 918 km/h
Cruising Altitude
45,000 ft / 13,716 m
Cabin Altitude
8,000 ft / 2,438 m
Cabin Height
4 ft 11 in / 1.5 m
Cabin Width
4 ft 9 in / 1.46 m
Cabin Length
16 ft 5 in / 5 m
Baggage Capacity
38 cu ft / 1.05 cu m

Requested Routes

Flying Cloud Airport, Eden Prairie, MN (FCM / KFCM) to Ocala International Airport / Jim Taylor Field, Ocala, FL (OCF / KOCF)

Philadelphia International Airport, Philadelphia, PA (PHL / KPHL) to Midland Airpark, Midland, TX (MDD / KMDD)

Albany International Airport, Colonie, NY (ALB / KALB) to Mc Allen Miller International Airport, Mc Allen, TX (MFE / KMFE)


DASSAULT | MYSTÈRE 10 | FALCON 10 (1973-1983)
The Falcon 10 was introduced by the French military aircraft manufacturer, Dassault Aviation, in the late 1960s as a bridge between the Falcon 20 and smaller turboprop aircraft. Dassault is renowned for their military-grade engineering, incredible structural integrity, and an abundance of technological advancements. Despite the fact that the Falcon 10’s first prototype had turbojet engines, the second prototype had turbofan engines as per customer demands. The Falcon 10 made its first flight on December 1, 1970 and in 1973, the FAA granted certification to this design. Dassault’s commitment to excellence is exhibited clearly as it continuously works hard to improve upon its platform to ensure they are providing the best aircraft possible. This is why it remains popular in the market to this day.Dassault released a redesign of the Falcon 10 in 1983, with an optional EFIS glass cockpit upgrade, a higher maximum takeoff weight, an additional window on the starboard side of the aircraft, and a larger, unpressurized rear baggage compartment were among the improvements and upgrades made to the “all-new”, Falcon 100. The Falcon 10’s production began in 1970 and concluded in 1982 when the Falcon 100 replaced it. In total, 189 Falcon 10 models have been produced.

The Falcon 10 can accommodate four adults comfortably, but is configured for five to six passengers in an executive configuration with four individual seats and a back bench seat. One cannot forget to mention that the “lavatory” on board is what most would call an “emergency lavatory”. It is nestled in between the flight deck and cabin and has a curtain that would surround it when in use. It is a sideways facing seat that converts to the lavatory. It is one of the only downsides of this aircraft. The Falcon 10’s cabin had a length of 16 feet 5 inches, a width of 4 feet 9 inches, and a height of 4 feet 11 inches. There is a 13 cubic feet of luggage storage near the flight deck with an additional 25 cubic feet aft. The Falcon 10’s cabin is surrounded by six windows, creating a light and airy environment for your work journey.The Falcon 10 can maintain a comfortable cabin environment for your flight with a cabin differential pressure of 8.8 psi, meaning the cabin remains at sea level up to 23,000 feet and will remain at a comfortable 8,000 feet of altitude while flying at its cruising altitude of 45,000 feet.

Two Honeywell TFE731-2-1C turbofan engines power the Falcon 10. Each engine has a thrust rating of 3,230 pounds. The Falcon 10 has a maximum payload capacity of 2,360 pounds, with 1,630 pounds accessible at full fuel capacity.On a typical day, the Falcon 10 required 4,485 feet of runway to take off. At an altitude of 5,000 feet and a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, the take-off distance increases to 7,600 feet of runway. The Falcon 10 only requires 3,330 feet of runway to land with four passengers. The tricycle-style landing gear is retractable, with two wheels on each unit for the main landing gear and one wheel for the nose landing gear. The Falcon 10 has a max capacity of 5,910 pounds of fuel.This four-passenger private business jet has a range of 1,920 nautical miles. The Falcon 10 can cruise at speeds of 494 knots at an altitude of 41,000 feet in a high-speed cruise configuration. In a long-range cruise configuration, the Falcon 10 can maintain 430 knots at a height of 41,000 feet for a voyage to a more distant destination. When fully loaded with max payload this aircraft is still capable of flying non stop over 1,500 nautical miles.

The Falcon 10’s avionics suite is outfitted with Dual Collins VHF20A coms, dual VIR30A navs, a dual Collins ADF 60A automatic direction finder, Universal UNS-1M FMS and GPS, dual Collins FD109 flight directors, a Collins AP105 autopilot, a Sperry Primus 400 color weather radar, a Collins ALT 50 radar altimeter, and a dual Collins DME 40. These systems simplify pilots tasks as well as integrate many systems that had not been integrated into a flight deck previously.

The Dassault Falcon 10, one of the earliest models in Dassault’s extremely successful Falcon jet series, has high-lift devices for its wings, which allow for faster, smoother, and more dependable take-offs, landings, and mid-air directional adjustments. Four adults comfortably, but equipped to accommodate six passengers will be carried in elegance at a cruise speed of 494 knots. CharterJets Inc. features the newest and highest safety rated Falcon 10’s available. Reach out today to discuss your upcoming travel!

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