Dassault Aviation announced Wednesday its new Falcon 2000DX entered service recently, when Dassault delivered the first aircraft to a customer in the Western United States.
Dassault introduced Falcon 2000DX at the NBAA Convention in 2005. The program was approved by the EASA on September 19, 2007 and the FAA in October 3, 2007. The Falcon 2000DX replaces the Falcon 2000 in Dassault’s product line.
The standard-equipped Falcon 2000DX has exceptional airport performance, offering a low approach speed of 112 kts and the ability to land with the fuel tanks nearly full -- which allows it to make short hops from city to city to pick up passengers then continue on long missions without refueling.