The Falcon 2000S has been redesigned, repackaged and repriced to compete in the super-midsize (SMS) jet market. It can fly six passengers 3,350 nm at 0.80 indicated Mach (0.789 true Mach) and land with NBAA IFR reserves. The cabin is about 10 to 20% larger than a typical SMS, so the 2000S will accommodate eight to 10 people comfortably for transcontinental U.S. trips. Dassault believes that many people in the market for an SMS aircraft actually would prefer a large-cabin Falcon if it were ...

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