The Falcon 10X is the newest ultra long range business jet with a range of 7,500 miles to enter the market. Officially debuted May 6th 2021, the Falcon 10X is an ultra widebody aircraft featuring the widest cabins in the business jet market, with a cross section of just over 9 feet wide with a flat floor cabin height of 6 foot 8 inches tall. The spacious cabin of the 10X also features 38 windows, and four cabin sections including full bath with shower, and options for a queen sized bed.
Powered by two Rolls Royce Pearl 10X engines, the Falcon 10X has an NBAA IFR range of 7,500 nm with a max cruise speed of Mach .925. Upfront the Falcon 10X features the latest next generation Digital Flight Control System (DFCS), with single button recovery, and automatic ground avoidance system. The 10X also features a single smart throttle connecting both engines to the DFCS, allowing for simple and connected power management in different flight conditions. Combined with Dassault’s FalconEye heads up display and synthetic vision capabilities, Dassault looks to deliver a reduced flight deck workload while providing landing operations in essentially zero visibility conditions.
First deliveries of the Falcon 10X expected Q4 of 2025.
Falcon 10X – Specifications
|NBAA 4 or 8* Pax IFR Range||7,500 nm*|
|Max Cruise Speed (kts)||516|
|Long Range Cruise (kts)||488|
|Max Payload (lbs)||TBD|
|Takeoff Distance (SL, ISA, MTOW)||TBD|
|Service Ceiling (ft)||51,000|
|Powerplant||RR Pearl 10X x2|
|Thrust per engine (lbf)||18,000|
|Est Cost Per Hour||TBD|
|Passengers + Crew|
Falcon 10X – Dimensions
|Cabin Length (excluding baggage)||53 ft 10 in|
|Cabin Width||9 ft 1 in|
|Cabin Height||6 ft 8 in|
|Aircraft Length||109 ft 3 in|
|Wingspan||110 ft 7 in|
|Aircraft Height||27 ft 7 in|
|Internal Baggage||198 cu ft|
Aircraft data may vary from aircraft to aircraft compared to the provided data figures. Buyers and operators should verify their individual aircraft specification.