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Dassault Falcon 50

The Dassault Falcon 50 was a revolutionary aircraft that paved the way for future Falcon jets like the Falcon 900 and Falcon 2000. Together with the upgraded 50EX, it remains a strong performer that can fly across both the U.S. and the Atlantic.

Most Falcon 50s and 50EXs are configured to seat nine passengers across two zones. The front zone usually features a four-seat club separated by two fold-away tables, while the rear has a three-seat divan and two more alternate-facing seats. An eight-seat layout sees the divan swapped for two armchairs to mirror the front section of the cabin.There’s a galley large enough for preparing hot and cold refreshments, as well as an enclosed lavatory at the rear that can be used as an extra seat if needed.


Dassault designed the Falcon 50 with the iconic 3 engines for extra safety meaning it is perfect for an atlantic crossing. Eventhough this airplane is an older type it still flies very succesfully nowadays with a Low rate per hour compared to other airplanes in it's category.

9 Passengers

1 Flight Attendant



Hot Food

8 - 10 Medium soft sided bags

Max Range 7 Hours 

Cabin Height 1.80m / 5.9 ft

Cabin Width 1.86m / 6.1 ft

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