The best thing about a private jet is flying anywhere, anytime. And that’s where the Dassault Falcon 7x really leads the market. Anywhere…
It climbs like a rocket, burns less fuel than comparable models, flies over 9000 kilometres and can land at short runway airports.
Fly Further, Land at Small Airports
This is a large-cabin long-range jet for up to 16 passengers, capable of flying nonstop between most cities in the world. Prague to the Maldives, even Prague to San Francisco is comfortable for this jet that flies at over 900 km/h.
But big long distance jets need long runways right? This is what makes the Dassault Falcon so special.
Its aerodynamic design creates opportunities for travellers. The swept-wing profile gives the Falcon 7x unrivalled performance on short runways. It’s rare that a large jet can fly so far, yet still access the small local airports that make private jet charters so valuable.
A great example is Samedan, Europe’s highest airport, a few kilometres outside St Moritz. It’s notoriously difficult to access for most aircraft, but watch this from the cockpit of a Falcon 7x.
Our go-to expert, Dušan Blaščák, CEO of Zahura Private Air Travel, explains further.
“7X is a very reliable and beautiful plane. Some clients prefer it because of its three engine design, which they consider to be safer for flights over uninhabited areas, like oceans and desert.”
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Speed and Comfort
Dassault Falcons have always been fast. Way back in the 1970s, the Falcon 10 was the fastest business jet. In 2021, the all new Dassault Falcon 10x business jet made big news, competing with the Gulfstream G700 and Bombardier Global 7500 in the super long-range business jet category. Brand new, the 10x costs $75 million.
It’s better value to charter a Falcon 7x. Sure it’s smaller than the 10x, but it still comes with three separate cabin areas. For nighttime flights the cabin is arranged with six births of two seats. A typical daytime cabin configuration has three seating areas, including a club seating section.
There’s an advanced cabin pressure system which helps to combat the effects of jetlag. Add in Wi-Fi, inflight cabin entertainment and catering and this Dassault has you covered for up to ten hours in the air.
Value for Your Time
“It helps to land on shorter runways or high altitude airports, where this jet has outstanding performance” says Dusan. “But, three engines are more costly in terms of maintenance so it seems the future will belong to the twin engine philosophy.”
This is certainly not the cheapest jet available for charter. However, the combination of distance, speed and landing capabilities make the Falcon 7x an ever popular choice with our clients.