Business aviation's long range, large cabin aircraft market heated up in the early 1980s as the Canadair Challenger 601-3A took on the Gulfstream III and IV. Dassault knew it would be left behind if it failed to field a competitor. Time was of the essence, so Dassault engineers dusted off the fuselage for what was to be the Falcon 30 regional jet, grafted on a strengthened Falcon 50 wing, designed a new area ruled aft fuselage and Voila! — the 3,750-nm Mystere Falcon 900 ...

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