Falcon 50EX

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Super Midsize Jets
Dassault Aviation
Estimated Hourly Cost
Take-Off Distance
4,950 ft / 1,509 m
Landing Distance
2,159 ft / 658 m
3,230 nm / 3,717 mi / 5,982 km
Max Cruise Speed
480 kt / 552 mph / 888 km/h
Cruising Altitude
49,000 ft / 14,935 m
Cabin Altitude
8,000 ft / 2,438 m
Cabin Height
5 ft 9 in / 1.77 m
Cabin Width
6 ft 1 in / 1.86 m
Cabin Length
23 ft 5 in / 7.16 m
Baggage Capacity
115 cu ft / 3.26 cu m

Requested Routes

Boca Raton Airport, Boca Raton, FL (BCT / KBCT) to Chicago-Midway International Airport, Chicago, IL (MDW / KMDW)

Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport, Madrid, Spain (MAD / LEMD) to Warsaw Chopin Airport, Warszawa, Poland (WAW / EPWA)

El Dorado International Airport, Barranquilla, Colombia (SKBO) to Lynden Pindling International Airport, Nassau, Bahamas (NAS / MYNN)


DASSAULT FALCON 50 (1980-1996)DASSAULT FALCON 50EX (1997-2008)
The french aircraft manufacturer, Dassault Aviation, created a Super Midsize Jet with a trijet configuration utilizing an S-duct intake for the central engine, named the Falcon 50. It shares the same fuselage cross-section and capacity as the older twin-engined Falcon 20, but is completely redesigned and includes a more sophisticated wing design. It was fully certified to fly on March 7th, 1979 and in 1996 Dassault announced a new variant, the Dassault Falcon 50EX is an improved variant of the Falcon 50. It features more powerful engines and a longer range. The Falcon 50EX seats up to nine passengers and features seven face-level windows on each side of the cabin, providing natural light and a soothing panoramic view. As a result, the private jet looks and feels identical to its predecessor yet easily outperforms it. The Falcon 50EX made its first flight in 1996 and it cruises faster, higher, farther, and more efficiently, essentially surpassing the Falcon 50 in every way. Dassault completed 253 Falcon 50’s and 100 Falcon 50EX models when production would come to a halt in 2008.

Perhaps the least altered component of the Falcon 50EX is the cabin dimensions. It retains its 5.9-foot height and 6.1-foot width. The Falcon 50EX is 23.5 feet long and has a total cabin volume of 700 cubic feet. Internal and external compartments provide 115 cubic feet of luggage storage. Three closets offer storage for jackets, suits, and briefcases in the cabin. All luggage compartments are pressurized to the maximum level. Bags weighing a total of 2,205 pounds can be kept.The nine-seat design is often divided into a four-seat club and a separate area with two facing seats and a three-seat divan. Work tables fold out between facing seats to allow for in-flight presentation preparation. There are power outlets throughout the cabin to charge all of your tech. The cockpit and cabin have their own temperature controls, ensuring that all parties are comfortable throughout flight. The galley is equipped with space and equipment for both hot and cold food preparation, including an oven, an ice chest, and a coffee machine.

Three Honeywell TFE731-40 turbofan engines are equipped on the Falcon 50EX. At sea level, each engine produces 3,700 pounds of force. These engines, an enhanced version of the TFE731-3-1C engines used on the Falcon 50, are capable of roughly the same performance at high altitudes as they do at sea level. These engines are equipped with Full Authority N1 reference Digital Electronic Engine Control (FADEC) systems.  This technology is capable of starting and restarting the engines automatically while the aircraft is on the ground, decreasing pilot effort while improving performance and fuel consumption. At sea level, the Falcon 50EX needs only 4,950 feet to take off. At an altitude of 5,000 feet and a temperature of 77°F, this takeoff requirement increases to 7,247 feet of runway.The Falcon 50EX’s climb performance is outstanding, as the private business jet can reach 37,000 feet in under seventeen minutes. The Falcon 50EX is capable of flying at 417 knots at an altitude of 43,000 feet in a long-range cruise mode. For a more rapid flight, this private business jet can sustain a speed of 481 knots at a height of 39,000 feet. Its maximum range is 3,230nm.

Dassault has completed an exquisite update with the Falcon 50EX. Their passion for aviation is evident when you feel the power in this jet as well as see it on the ramp. Its unique tri-engine design has marveled as many as it has outperformed many in its class. It is a fantastic Super Midsize jet for groups up to 8 or 9, especially for intercontinental flights at reasonable operational costs. CharterJets Inc. features the newest and highest safety rated Falcon 50EX’s available. Reach out today to discuss your upcoming travel!

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