Dassault Falcon 5X

Get a closer look at the Dassault Falcon 5X, the first in a forthcoming lineup of next-generation Falcon jets.

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The cutting-edge Dassault Falcon 5X marks a new era for the Falcon jet. Get the full sneak preview of the Dassault Falcon 5X here.
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Unlike the three-engine 7X, this fly-by-wire Falcon is a twinjet and features emerging Safran Silvercrest engines, which are said to increase fuel efficiency by up to 15 percent. Get the full sneak preview of the Dassault Falcon 5X here.
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The 5X boasts the most spacious Falcon jet cabin ever, with 6½ feet of cabin height, big windows and an adaptable cabin design. Get the full sneak preview of the Dassault Falcon 5X here.
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For passengers, the cabin puts everything at arm's reach, including access to power and Internet, and quick transitions of the seat from business to rest or sleep mode. Get the full sneak preview of the Dassault Falcon 5X here.
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With fly-by-wire flight control, the newest Falcon jet will optimize efficiency through the use of advanced ailerons, airbrakes and something new: flaperons, ingenious multifunction flight control devices. Get the full sneak preview of the Dassault Falcon 5X here.
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Dassault plans to fly the first 5X in 2015 and to earn certificaton for it by early 2017. Get the full sneak preview of the Dassault Falcon 5X here.
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The Falcon 5X is a conventional airplane, by modern standards at least, with largely sheet metal and milled aluminum structures complemented by at least five different kinds of composites, all using highly accurate and automated processes — from fiber placement to resin transfer molding. Get the full sneak preview of the Dassault Falcon 5X here.
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For more photos, take a look back at the 50-year history of Dassault's family of Falcon jets. Get the full sneak preview of the Dassault Falcon 5X here.