Falcon 900B

The Dassault Falcon 900B is a jet aircraft with a long range of up to 6 400 km. The cabin is divided into three comfort zones. This provides comfort for up to even 12 passengers, due to the configuration. The Falcon 900B is the successor of the popular Falcon 50.


Marcel Bloch, who was later renamed Marcel Dassault, is rightly considered as the founder of the French aircraft manufacturer, Dassault Aviation. The history of the company dates back to 1929 and it is the only manufacturer owned and operated largely as the family business of its original founder. It is also the first global entity to develop and manufacture, in addition to private commercial aircraft, Mirage and Rafale fighters.

Technical Specifications

Cabin height 1.88 m
Cabin width 2.34 m
Cabin length 11.90 m
Number of seats 10-12
Luggage compartment 3.59
Range 6.400 km


Flight attendant
Catering / snack