The Falcon 6X

  • Inside the Falcon 6X aircraft
  • How this aircraft is pushing the aviation industry to new heights
  • Inside the cockpit and the updated technology used by pilots

 

The Falcon 6X took its first voyage on March 10th, 2021, showing how the 6X was the next best thing in long range charter flights. With a cabin height of 6 foot 6 inches and a cabin width of 8 feet 6 inches, you have plenty of space in the tallest and widest cabin in business aviation. The Falcon 6X’s engines are Pratt & Whitney PW812D engines  that are leading-edge for long-range business charter flights. These engines produce about 13,500 pounds of thrust, setting a new standard in aircraft performance and fuel efficiency in heavy jets.  The spacious cabin provides incomparable comfort making a 10 hour flight feel like a breeze. The cabin also gives you more room to sit or stand and is designed for private areas for privacy as well as conference areas where teams or family can meet and have conversations.

Having to go across the world for a business meeting on a jet that will need to make a fuel stop is a hassle when trying to be efficient with your time. The Falcon 6X has excellent nonstop range and a unique ability to land at smaller airports closer to your destination. The maximum range of the aircraft is 5,599 nautical miles with a maximum speed of Mach .90. The 6X’s cockpit has the latest and greatest Dassault avionics system. The EASY III design reflects inputs from Falcon operators. And also features the FalconEye Combined Vision System that gives the pilots unmatched avionic information during the flight. The cockpit has four large windows that give great visibility to whats in front of them at all times and each window has glare shield technology to make sure the sun doesn’t get in the way of the pilots.


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