The Dassault Falcon 7X fleet has accumulated more than 100,000 flight hours marking a significant milestone for the company's longest range aircraft. The first 7X was delivered in June, 2007 and since that time 133 have entered service in 31 countries. The fleet leader has accumulated more than 3,500 flight hours.
The 5,950 nm Falcon 7X is the first business jet to incorporate a Digital Flight Control System, which provides a greater safety envelope and a smoother flight. The aircraft also comes standard with the award-winning EASy flight deck. EASy is designed to reduce pilot workload and improve pilot interaction through elevated situational awareness in the cockpit.
The Falcon 7X was the first large cabin jet to be simultaneously certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on April 27, 2007. It's powered by three highly reliable and efficient Pratt & Whitney Canada PW307A engines and offers 15-30% greater fuel efficiency than other aircraft in the large cabin, long range class. The 7X is also the only jet in its class to be qualified to operate at the challenging London City Airport.
Source: Dassault Aviation
Date: Feb 14, 2012