The Dassault Falcon 50 is a super mid-sized, long range corporate jet with three engines and an advanced wing design. As a result, the Falcon 50 has a range of 3150 nm, making it versatile in and around Australia and Asia/Pacific. The roomy cabin of the Falcon 50 has fourteen windows, contributing to a well lit environment. The interior carries up to nine passengers in its corporate configuration. In addition, a rapid change medical interior with electric loading system has the additional capacity to carry patients and medical crews on both critical care and air ambulance tasking. The Falcon 50 is capable of maintaining a sea-level cabin altitude up to an altitude of 26,000 feet. Seating aboard the Falcon 50 includes a four-place club arrangement with folding tables, additional individual seats, and a three-place sofa. The aircraft has a private lavatory and a full galley and offers in-flight accessible baggage space, and an external compartment long enough for skis and other sports equipment.
|Passengers||Up to 9|
|Engine (3)||Tri Jet|
|Cruise Speed||468 knots|
|Maximum Altitude||49,000 feet|
|Maximum Range||3150 NM / 5830 KM|