Dassault's Falcon 10X is a Parisian Penthouse in the Sky
In May, Dassault Aviation formally launched its largest and longest-range Falcon jet—the twin-engine 10X. While the 10X adapts many features from earlier iterations of the Falcon family, it also breaks the mold in many ways, and the Falcon 10X promises to be a unique version with its own special characteristics when it enters service in 2025. One of those characteristics is the cabin interior, which is meant to have the feel of a high-end penthouse.
The 10X’s cabin cross section is 9 feet, 1 inch wide and 6 feet, 8 inches tall, larger than its competitors, the Gulfstream G700 and Bombardier Global 7500. However, all three ultra-long range jets have a cabin volume close to 2,700 cubic feet, and roughly $75 million dollar price tags. We toured the cabin mockup at NBAA-BACE in Las Vegas, Nevada in October, 2021.