Opus Aeronautics is exhibiting a 2011 Falcon 7X on the EBACE static display that is for sale for $43.8 million. The aircraft has logged 660 hours, a modest flight time for a two-year-and-a-half old long-range business jet. The 7X has been on the market for just three weeks, the company said.
The Falcon 7X, registered M-INER, has had its cockpit upgraded to EASy II avionics and FANS capability. It is also equipped with a head-up display and enhanced vision system.
In the 14-seat cabin, passengers can enjoy two club seating areas and two sofas, and the latter two convert into a bed. A Honeywell MCS-7120 SwiftBroadband satcom system provides Wi-Fi connectivity, and six monitors are connected to the DVD player.
The lavatories are located at the forward and aft ends, respectively. The galley is equipped with an espresso machine, a microwave oven and a conventional oven. There is no crew rest area.
The interior sports a relatively original satin wood, while the paint scheme is fresh from September 2013. Opus said the current owner is selling his 7X because he will soon take delivery of other long-range aircraft.