|Cabin Length: 15.4 ft.
Cabin Width: 4.9 ft.
Cabin Height: 4.9 ft.
Passengers: Up to 8
Max. Range: 1,500 mi.
Cruising Speed: 480 mph
If you are seeking a mid-sized executive jet for air charter, the Falcon 20 is the ideal combination of engineering design, reliability and luxury. Built by the French aerospace conglomerate, Dassault Aviation, a world leader in aircraft design and engineering, the Falcon 20 exemplifies Dassault's expertise in aerospace design.
The Falcon 20 became a near overnight sensation for its versatility and performance in attracting the interest of such prominent entities as FedEx and the US Coast Guard — in addition to airlines and air charter service providers. And in the service of such diverse businesses, the Falcon has been continually refined, resulting in ongoing performance improvements and upgrades, coupled with an impeccable safety record.
In its charter configuration, the Falcon 20 typically carries eight passengers in executive level comfort. Seats are arrayed in a "club" configuration, with chairs facing one another, offering ample leg room, and a convenient fold-away table. Boasting one of the largest cabins in its class, the Falcon will never have you "rubbing elbows" with fellow travelers.
The passenger cabin features 700 cubic feet of space, which translates to lots of room for you to stretch out, stand up, walk the aisle, or recline your seat — without having to invade anyone the personal space of your fellow travellers.
The jet also offers a generous 115 cubic feet of cargo area — meaning that if your trip inludes a detour to the golf course or mountains, there is plenty of room to accommodate golf clubs or skis.
A spacious lavatory is contained in the aft section of the aircraft that spans the full width of the fuselage, further enhancing in-flight comfort.
Unlike many smaller charter planes, the Falcon has its own auxiliary power unit (APU). This unit ensures that the plane is independent of a service cart for electrical power while on the ground. For the business traveler who encounters inclement weather or other traffic delays, the APU ensures heating and cooling services will remain intact, working independently of ground support. It also means that the power outlets in the cabin will stay active, allowing you to keep productive with laptop and other devices requiring power.
Once aloft, the Falcon 20 shows its military bred pedigree. With a cruising altitude of 39,000 feet, the plane has the performance capacity to climb out of most poor weather, greatly increasing your odds of a smooth and uneventful trip. And with a high altitude cruising speed of over 550 miles per hour, this jet also has the capability to get you to your destination as fast as any first class commercial flight ever could.
The maximum range of the Falcon 20 is in excess of 2,200 miles, meaning this aircraft can reach almost any point in the continental United States without a refueling stop@
All our Charter flights offer a wide selection of catering and concierge services, in order to provide complete quality and satisfaction. Specific requests can be arranged prior to your flight when you make your reservation.