Looking For Falcon 50 50EX

Qualified Falcon 50 Buyer

#Dassault #Falcon50 #Falcon 50EX #jetsforsale #aircraftforsale #aircraftwanted
Are you thinking to upgrade your Falcon 50 for 50EX? We are looking for a Falcon 50EX and would love a chance to see your aircraft. Contact → Qujets and discuss your Falcon 50 or 50EX.  We look forward to speaking with you. Give us a call +1-202-847-6132 or Donald Fletcher today.

Selling or Upgrading your Falcon 50 or Falcon 50EX?

 

Falcon 50

Hervé Leprince-Ringuet and Gérard Joyeuse took the Falcon 50’s maiden flight. It was powered by three Garrett TFE 731-3 jet engines, and flew out of Bordeaux-Mérignac on November 7, 1976.

In December 1976, the company’s authorities decided to revamp the prototype, fitting improved wings. Its first flight with the new wings took place on May 6, 1977, out of Istres, again at the hands of Hervé Leprince-Ringuet and Gérard Joyeuse. The plane proved hopes invested in the wing design to be well-founded. The Falcon 50 became the world’s first civil aircraft featuring supercritical wings, and secured certification on February 27, 1979. The wing choice brought about a formidable technological breakthrough. With only minor adjustments, Dassault was also able to use it on its new Falcon 900 and Falcon 2000 models.
 

THE FALCON 50 EX

On April 26, 1995, Serge Dassault announced the launch of the Falcon EX, destined to replace the Falcon 50. Compared to the Falcon 50, the new aircraft flew higher and faster (it could reach 41,000 feet in 23 minutes), its range increased (6,050 km / 3260 nm at Mach 0.75), its avionics were modernized (Collins Proline 4). It was equipped with three new engines, the AlliedSignal TFE 731-40 with increased thrust (1,680 kg / 3,704 lb each), improved specific fuel consumption (reduction by 7%) and lower maintenance costs.

The Falcon 50 EX made its first flight at Mérignac on April 10, 1996, piloted by Jean Bongiraud and Etienne Faurdessus

Read more on Dassault Aviation Falcon 50 & Falcon 50EX…

Leave comments

Back to top