Hire the Falcon 900 series for your next private jet charter. Designed by French aerospace manufacturer Dassault Aviation, this three-engine heavy jet and its big brother, the Falcon 7X, are the only tri-jet business planes in production.
More than 500 have been built since the Falcon 900 was first introduced in the mid-1980’s, attesting to its popularity and longevity in the competitive large corporate jet market. This bird has also evolved into several incarnations, from the original 900 and 900B/900C, to the 900DX, 900EX and EX EASy, and Dassault’s current flagship model, the 900LX.
Rent or Purchase the original tri-jet business aircraft from Dassault
No matter which model you’re renting, the Dassault Falcon 900 is a comfortable, reliable choice for business and luxury jet charters, with plenty of variations based at airports across the US available for your flight.
Air Charter Advisors offers direct access to private jets for executive and luxury air travel around the world. Talk to one of our jet charter brokers at 888-987-JETS to discuss the options for on-demand air charter, jet cards, fractional programs, and ownership of the Dassault Falcon 900 series heavy jet.
- Dassault’s famous tri-jet design
- Outstanding flight range & performance
- Comfortable seating for 8-12 passengers
- Enclosed lavatory & wardrobe
Whether you charter the original model, a 900B/900C, or the DX, EX, or all-new LX, this heavy jet offers impressive range and comfort, providing business executives with nonstop flights along the following routes:
Manufactured by Dassault, the Falcon 900 is an impressive heavy jet in all of its incarnations. Offering a range of over 5,000 miles, a spacious cabin with comfortable seating, along with Dassault’s innovative tri-engine design, it’s one of the most popular private jets on the charter market. The tri-jet configuration is ideal for transoceanic flights, with increased safety and versatility provided by the additional engine.
The Falcon 900 was one of the first business aircraft to offer an isolated passenger cabin, with forward and aft lavatories and a galley that could be segregated from flight crew and the cockpit.
The spacious cabin, dining and entertainment areas, easy to access baggage compartments, and increased passenger capacity with double-club seating made it one of the most successful large cabin business aircraft in aviation.
Although slightly smaller than the 7X, its cabin is still spacious, and typically features seating configurations for between 8 and 12 passengers. The large cabin also features a separate luggage compartment, a private wardrobe, and a fully enclosed bathroom.
There are seats available that recline and combine into a full-length bed, while the remaining seats all track, swivel, recline, and are fully adjustable. High capacity configurations are available to squeeze in more passengers at the expense of flight range.
The Falcon 900, including older models and refurbished planes, offer the entertainment and business amenities you need in a modern jet. This includes wi-fi availability, satellite phone, and comfortable work areas to keep you connected while traveling, and integrated systems to control video, audio, and more. Passengers also have easy access to the cargo area mid-flight.
Each of the Dassault Falcon 900 variants are some of the most versatile options for heavy jet charters among corporations, governments, business flyers, and VIP/luxury jetsetters. One of the major reasons: it offers incredible performance allowing it to can reach destinations many of its heavy jet competitors can’t.
Corporate flight departments, charter operators, fractional programs, and wealthy individuals all enjoy the impressive speed and range combined with the comfortable, standing room cabin, and optional high density seating capacity (up to 18-19).
And, for corporate flight groups and executives who are chartering a flight to conduct business overseas, there’s a little more comfort knowing your flying in an aircraft with 3 jet engines instead of 2.
In addition to the peace of mind the tri-jet design offers, it provides extra thrust to enhance short runway performance, allowing it to land at challenging, high-elevation airports many heavy business jets can only fly over. It also reduces the aircraft’s approach speed, adding additional safety to overall flight operations.
The 900B and 900C both offer longer legs then the original (900A), while the EX increases fuel capacity, provides added thrust with upgraded engines, and an HUD system for pilots.
The EASy (Enhanced Avionics System) is an avionics suite providing flight crew with access to every system via a central console. This system is available on the EX EASy, DX, and LX; these models also incorporate a blended winglet design, which reduces drag while increasing fuel efficiency and high-cruise performance.
In production since 1984, the Falcon 900 has evolved over the decades to serve the needs of executives, luxury flyers, and governmental agencies, incorporating improved designs and technologies to offer one of the most flexible heavy jets in the sky.
The first variation was the 900B, powered by upgraded engines to deliver improved thrust. The 900C came later in 2000, upgrading the avionics along the way.
The 900EX was debuted in 1996, and is the 900’s long range version with a 4,501 nautical mile range and Honeywell Primus avionics; the Falcon 900EX EASy features the Enhanced Avionics System (EASy) and a more efficient T-shape cockpit; the 900DX is a variant of the EX offering a shorter range and lower price tag; and the newest model, the 900LX, is a variant of the EX equipped with upgraded winglets to further improve range.
Pricing, Performance, & Specifications
The hourly rates below for Falcon 900 jet charters are examples based on previous trips. Pricing may change based on aircraft model, availability, scheduling, routing, passenger totals, and more. Ask your broker if an empty leg Falcon 900 matches your routing; using an empty leg can save you up to 50 percent or more on the cost of your flight!
- Production: 1984 —
- Average Model Year: 2006
- Hourly Charter Rate: $5,800 — $7,000 *
- MSRP: $43.3 million
- Pre-Owned Cost: $4 million (Falcon 900B)
- Crew: 2
- Seating: 12—13 passengers
- Length: 66 ft 4 in (20.21 m)
- Wingspan: 63 ft 5 in (19.33 m)
- Height: 24 ft 9.5 in (7.55 m)
- Wing area: 527 sq ft (49 sq m)
- Empty weight: 22,608 lbs (10,255 kg)
- Max takeoff weight: 45,503 lbs (20,640kg)
- Engines: 3 × Honeywell TFE731-5BR-1C turbofans each with 4,750 lbs of thrust
- Cabin Height: 6’4″
- Cabin Width: 7’8″
- Cabin Length: 39′
- Baggage Internal: 127 cubic feet
- Lavatory: Fully Enclosed
- Cruise speed: 513 knots (590 mph)
- Maximum speed: Mach 0.84-0.87 667
- Range: 4,598 nmi, 7,400 km (7 pax)
- Service ceiling: 51,000 ft (15,500 m)
- Wing loading: 91 lbs/sq ft (435 kg/sq m)
Data from Dassault/Brassey’s World Aircraft & Systems Directory
Contact ACA | Falcon 900 Series Charters, Acquisitions, and Management
Our brokers offer a variety of private jet services on the Dassault Falcon 900 heavy jet. For private jet charter, ASAP aircraft rentals/supplemental lift, jet cards, fractional/individual ownership, call our advisors at 888-987-JETS (5387) or contact us here for more information.
* Average rates are examples and vary depending on make, model and year; amenities, routing, and scheduling/availability. Prices do not include fuel, taxes, re-positioning, or de-icing. All images copyrighted and provided courtesy of Dassault Aviation.