Now You Can Shower On The 7X


The Dassault Falcon 7X now come with showers fitted as standard. The first 7X with shower was recently delivered to a customer and Dassault has another on order.  

The shower holds up to 30 minutes of water, can be used on the ground and in the air, and has a max temperature of 48°C. 

Dassault says the lavatory of the 7X had to be completely redesigned and enlarged to fit the new shower. It also includes an electro-chromatic window that can be switched from clear to opaque within seconds.

Want an upgrade? Dassault says it is quite complex to retrofit the shower, and it doesn't yet have any retrofit orders.

Check out the photos of the shower area below, all courtesy of Dassault.

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