Fly Father & Achieve more with the Dassault Falcon 8X!


Whether conducting business or cementing relationships, there is no alternative to meeting people in person. The Falcon’s excellent nonstop range and unique ability to land at small airports gets you closer to your destination. With 6,450 nm (11,945 km) range and outstanding short-field performance, the Falcon 8X links important city pairs nonstop and accesses 500 more airports in the U.S. alone than its competitors. Then there’s the superlative airfield performance of
the Falcon 8X, which adds even more reach beyond other aircraft in its class.

Steep approach angles and strong climb-out gradients are no problem for the Falcon 8X. Nor are hot and high conditions. And it delivers superior range from both. It is the only ultra-long-range business jet that can use London City’s 3,934 foot (1,200 m) runway. And after takeoff, it can fly nonstop to Dubai or New York.
Or departing Eagle, Colorado, an elevation above 6,500 ft (1,980 m), it can fly nonstop to Geneva, Switzerland.

The Falcon 8X can land at 85% of its maximum takeoff weight. So you can fuel up
at home base and make a short hop before flying a longer leg of more than 4,500 nm (8,334 km) without refueling. It’s a capability that can save you money on home-based fuel and also boost your mission flexibility.

Thanks to its three engines, which shorten transoceanic routes, the Falcon 8X flies you wherever you are going faster. They also contribute to the 8X’s slow and stable approach speed — a mere 106 knots (197 kph). And its three-engine performance margins allow takeoffs from shorter runways.

Falcon 8X direct operating costs are as much as 35% lower than those of competing jets. And thanks to its optimized airliner-type MSG-3 maintenance program, time between 8X major inspections is 800 hours or 12 months, giving you greater use
of your airborne asset.

For more information on aircraft sales, leasing, or charter contact the aviation professionals at Le Bas International 24/7:
Tel. +1.805.593-0510

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