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Falcon 6X Specifications

Falcon 6X InteriorThe Falcon 6X officially debuted December 8th 2020 during NBAA’s virtual convention, and with it, the introduction of completely new class of business jet. The ultra widebody long range Falcon 6X provides one of the tallest and widest cabins in the business jet market. Featuring a cabin over 8 foot wide, and over 6 foot tall. The spacious cabin of the 6X also features 30 larger windows then previous Falcon models, filling the cabin with natural light while the addition of a skylight in the forward galley brings in natural light to the often darker cabin area.

Powered by two PW812D engines with a 99.99% dispatch reliability rate, allows the 6X to carry 8 passengers an NBAA IFR range of 5,500 nm with a max cruise speed of Mach .90. With configurations for up to 16 passengers the 6X features the latest technological advancements providing passengers with a smoother ride, thanks in part to the aircrafts turbulence dampening system. These advancements carry over to increased safety and situational awareness in the cockpit, with the 6X being the first business jet to feature the Combined Vision System. Additional Falcon 6X specs available below, data is subject to change, with first customer deliveries expected in 2022.

Falcon 6X – Specifications

NBAA 4 or 8* Pax IFR Range 5,500 nm*
Max Cruise Speed (kts) 516
Long Range Cruise (kts) 460
Max Payload (lbs)
Takeoff Distance (SL, ISA, MTOW) 5,480 ft
Service Ceiling (ft) 51,000
Powerplant PW812D x2
Thrust per engine (lbf) 13,000
Avionics EASy III
Est Cost Per Hour TBD
Passengers + Crew 16+3

Falcon 6X – Dimensions

Falcon 6X Cross Section

Cabin Length (excluding baggage) 40 ft 4 in
Cabin Width 8 ft 6 in
Cabin Height 6 ft 6 in
Aircraft Length 84 ft 3 in
Wingspan 85 ft 1 in
Internal Baggage 155 cu ft

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