Dassault · Falcon 2000LXS


The Falcon 2000LXS was designed as a replacement for its predecessor, the Falcon 2000LX. One of the biggest differentiating features of the 2000LXS is the model’s improved short field capability. The reduced landing distance allows for more airports to open up compared to other aircraft in its class.
The Falcon 2000LXS, powered by two Pratt and Whitney Canada PWC308C engines, is a widebody aircraft offering 4,000 nm (7,410 km) range, unrivaled efficiency, and the ability to access short and challenging runways other jets run away from. Designed to please even the most demanding of world travelers, it also offers exceptional mission flexibility, allowing the passengers to hop between cities, cross continents, and span oceans.
The cabin volume for the Falcon 2000LXS is 1,024 cubic feet. Typical configuration features 8 passenger and 2 crew seats. The Falcon 2000LXS cabin is wider and more inviting than competitors’, offering true comfort for 10 passengers on an eight-hour flight. With 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) of headroom, you can stand comfortably and move around easily. And you travel with everything you need to collaborate productively before an important meeting. Or relax on the way home.
Manufacturer: Dassault
Model: Falcon 2000LXS
Classification: Large Jet
Seats: 10
Speed: 470 kts
Range: 4150 nm
Interior Height: 1.82 m
Interior Width: 2.13 m
Luggage Capacity: 130 cu.ft.