The Falcon 900 is a development of the Falcon 50, itself a development of the Falcon 20. It is one of only two tri-jets in production (the other is the Falcon 7X). The first Falcon 900 was developed in 1983 and has undergone many improvements: F900B and F900EX faded improved engines and increased range. The Falcon 900C was a lower-cost companion of the 900EX, and more recently came the 900 DX. The 900LX was announced at EBACE in 2009 and incorporates high Mach blended winglets from Aviation Partners.
Cabin Length: 10.11m
Cabin Width: 2.34m
Cabin Height: 1.88m
Typical configuration: 10 to 12 seats
Notes: Door separated lavatory available, cabin attendant