In early June, the French business jet manufacturer unveiled its new Falcon 5X aircraft. The aircraft is equipped with two ultra-modern powerful engines with low fuel consumption, which allow you to stay in the air for up to 11 hours and cover a distance of 9,630 km at a cruise speed of up to 980 km/h.
The business jet can carry up to 16 passengers, for the convenience and comfort of which an innovative porthole is made in the ceiling of the front of the aircraft cabin, which allows the cabin to be illuminated with natural light. The cost of this aircraft is expected to be around $45 million. Dassault plans to certify Falcon 5X by the end of 2016. For this, three aircraft will be built, which will undergo flight tests. Deliveries of this business jet are scheduled for 2017.