Falcon 2000DX makes first flight

Aviation International News » July 2007
July 2, 2007, 9:41 AM

The Falcon 2000DX made its first flight late last month with little fanfare. The aircraft is essentially a shorter-range version of the company’s popular 2000EX (3,250 nm versus the 2000EX’s 3,800 nm). According to Dassault, the new 2000DX will excel in time to climb–17 minutes to 41,000 feet. After a short flight-test program, the aircraft is expected to be certified by the end of the year.

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