1153 Bergen Parkway Suite 108
Evergreen Colo 80439

Falcon 50EX

The Falcon 50EX is a super mid-size business jet that originally entered the market in 1980 as the Falcon 50. The Falcon 50EX variant was introduced in 1997 and remained into production until 2007. Powered by three TFE731-40 engines producing 3,704 lbf each, allowing the 50EX of carrying 4 passengers an NBAA IFR range of 3,260 nm with a max cruise speed of 480 knots. The 50 EX provides seating for up to 9 passengers in the pressurized cabin. The Falcon 50EX is operated by a crew of 2, and features the Pro Line avionics suite. Operators can expect to find an average operating cost of around $3,900 per hour of operation.


Falcon 50EX – Specifications

NBAA 4 Pax IFR Range3,260 nm
Max Cruise Speed (ktas)480
Long Range Cruise (ktas)430
Max Payload (lbs)3,320
Takeoff Distance (SL, ISA, MTOW)4,935 ft
Service Ceiling (ft)49,000
PowerplantTFE731-40 x3
Thrust per engine (lbf)3,704
AvionicsPro Line
Est Cost Per Hour$3,900
Passengers + Crew9+2

Falcon 50EX – Dimensions

Falcon 50EX Cross Section

Cabin Length (excluding baggage)22 ft 11 in
Cabin Width6 ft 1 in
Cabin Height5 ft 9 in
Aircraft Length60 ft 8 in
Wingspan61 ft 8 in
Internal Baggage25 cu ft
External Baggage90 cu ft

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