900DX to join Falcon line in December 2005

Aviation International News » June 2004
October 2, 2007, 10:52 AM

At the end of next year Dassault will start delivering its newest business jet, the Falcon 900DX. Intended to “fill a niche” between the $35 million 900EX and the $25 million 2000EX, the $32 million 900DX will have Dassault’s EASy flight deck and will be powered by three Honeywell TFE-731-60 turbofans, the same engines as on the 900EX. Dassault estimates the operating costs of the 4,100-nm 900DX will be 5 percent lower than the model it will replace–the 900C, seven of which it delivered in the last 27 months.

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