Home > Dassault Falcon 7X Drapeau LangueFrançais
Solar Eclipse Filmstrip

 Dassault Falcon 7X

For the 20 March 2015 for the total solar eclipse multiple Dassault Falcon 7X private jets will intercept the Moon’s umbra in the lower stratosphere at 49,000 feet (14,935 meters). These flights follow the eclipse flight executed on 2013 November 3 with a Falcon 900B out of Bermuda.
The Falcon 7X is undeniably the world’s most technologically advanced business jet. The amazing temperature and pressurization system is a complete breakthrough, able to maintain a cabin altitude of 4,800 feet (1,500 meters) while the Falcon 7X is cruising at 45,000 feet (13,700 meters). Flying at Mach 0.90, or 90% of the speed of sound, is made possible by a next generation, high transonic wing, 30% more efficient than the previous generation of airfoils. This wing also allows the 7X to make the slowest, safest approach and landings of any jet in its class. The wing incorporates advanced fuselage shaping for ultimate efficiency, leading edge slats, and double slotted Fowler flaps. The aircraft is controlled just as modern jet fighter aircraft, with "fly by wire" or a Digital Flight Control System that is manipulated by the pilot with a side stick, and this system also automatically dampens turbulence, providing a more quiet and smooth ride.

This is page "Dassault Falcon 7X"
Short landing (less than 2,300 feet) of a Falcon 7X from Dassault Aviation at the La Môle-St-Tropez airfield in France

Dassault Falcon 7X Rafale nEUROn
Falcon 7X, Rafale and nEUROn

Presentation of the Falcon 7X’s EASy II cockpit from Dassault Aviation

Dassault Falcon 7X ESAy II Cockpit

Presentation of the Falcon 7X from Dassault Aviation

Dassault Falcon 7X Cutaway
Short landing (less than 2,300 feet) of a Falcon 7X from Dassault Aviation at the Saanen-Gstaad airfield in Switzerland

This is page "Dassault Falcon 7X"

Last page update on June 30, 2013.
Site Map — Legal Mentions

Page Rank

Guest Book Guest Book
Xavier M. Jubier