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Falcon 6X Private Jet Charter Flights and Prices

The Falcon 6X is based on the Falcon 5X but optimized to take advantage of its PW812D engines for a longer cabin and a greater range. Its spacious cabin can accommodate 16 passengers and includes a galley skylight. Pictures courtesy of Dassault Aviation. The Falcon 6X is scheduled to enter service in 2022.

The average hourly rental rate of the Falcon 6X is around 9,200 USD per hour.

Aircraft Size

Falcon 6X Exterior
Aircraft Size English Metric
Length 84.30 ft 25.69 m
Wing Span 85.10 ft 25.94 m
Height 24.50 ft 7.47 m
Bag. Capacity - ft³ - m³

Cabin Size

Falcon 6X Interior
Cabin Size English Metric
Length 40.40 ft 12.31 m
Width 8.50 ft 2.59 m
Height 6.50 ft 1.98 m
Area 1,843 ft³ 52 m³

Aircraft Seats

Layout Seats
Max Seating 16
Typical Seating 16
Pilots 2

Average Prices

Costs USD EUR
Purchase New - -
Purchase Used - -
Charter Rate 9,200 USD/hour 7,700 EUR/hour

Performance Specifications

Performance English Metric
IFR Range 5,500 nm 10,186 km
Cruise Speed 459 KTAS 850 km/h
Certified Ceiling 51,000 ft 15,545 m
Rate of Climb - ft/m - m/m
Takeoff Distance 5,480 ft 1,670 m
Landing Distance 2,480 ft 756 m
Max Takeoff Weight 77,460 lbs 35,135 kg
Max Landing Weight 66,190 lbs 30,023 kg
Useful Weight - lbs - kg
Payload with Full Fuel - lbs - kg

More about the Falcon 6X

Falcon 6X Exterior

All pictures courtesy of Dassault Aviation.

The Falcon 6X will incorporate a PW800-series engine from Pratt & Whitney Canada. Far from settling for second best, the company claims this will result in the “quietest and most comfortable cabin” relative to the long-range category. Not only that, but it will have “more cabin volume than any other Falcon ever designed”.

Falcon 6X Exterior

The Falcon 6X will incorporate a PW800-series engine from Pratt & Whitney Canada which will result in the “quietest and most comfortable cabin” relative to the long-range category.

These substantial changes mean that the arrival date is, quite understandably, being pushed back to 2021, with deliveries expected the following year. These, along with a greater range, are the most significant new design aspects. But in the main, the new aircraft borrows heavily from the designs of the Falcon 5X.

Key Features of the Falcon 6X

“We wanted to further push the boundaries with this new aircraft, to provide the best flight experience possible using today’s aviation know-how,” said the Chairman and CEO of Dassault Aviation, Eric Trappier. “The Falcon 6X will offer a mix of range, comfort and capability no other large-cabin business jet can match while guaranteeing fully mature systems and a proven power plant.”

Trappier’s comments seem to suggest that the Falcon 6X is trying to tick as many boxes as possible with a “mix” of positives, whilst also achieving things other aircraft cannot. So how do the numbers match up?

First of all, the range. The 6X will be capable of 5,500 nm. That’s a modest yet relevant upgrade on the projected range of the 5X, which clocked in at 5,200 nm. Importantly, it’s also more than any other long-range jet available today.

Falcon 6X. A class all its own.

The cabin has been designed with size in mind. It’s 6’6” high and 8’6” wide, and stretches a total of 40ft 8” in length. All in all, that’s plenty of room for 16 passengers. The cabin is even split into three separate areas, allowing a degree of privacy within the aircraft, and the seating itself is spacious too.

Falcon 6X Layout

The cabin is even split into three separate areas, allowing a degree of privacy within the aircraft, and the seating itself is spacious too.

These changes are far from arbitrary. Dassault Aviation carried out extensive customer research to pinpoint what matters most to its customers. That’s why no fewer than 29 extra-large windows have been fitted to ensure there’s a lot of natural light flooding in. And the first-ever galley skylight in the bizjet sector. It’s what Trappier calls a “passenger-centric” design:

“The industry has been moving towards ever wider and higher interiors, and customers told us what they wanted most in our new Falcons was more space. So, we designed the Falcon 6X from the cabin out, making it as passenger-centric as we could while still delivering the high performance and other flying qualities that customers value in Falcons.”

Falcon 6X Interior

The Falcon 6X was designed from the cabin out, making it as passenger-centric as possible.

Much of this is obvious. The spacious seats and brightly lit cabins are clear as soon as you step onto the aircraft. But there are also things you might not notice which are just as important. For instance, it’s easy to remember an uncomfortably turbulent ride. But would you remember a lack of turbulence?

Dassault are hoping you will. Not only is the wing built to reduce turbulence but the 6X is the first aircraft of its category to include a flaperon. This helps navigation upon approach and, in particular, helps level out any steep landings. The result, in theory at least, is a very smooth flight.

Falcon 6X Exterior

In more than one way, the 6X is looking to do things that have never been done in the long-range category.

Capabilities of the Falcon 6X

The FX also boasts a top speed of Mach 0.90. That’s more than the Bombardier Global 6000. And not much less than the likes of the Gulfstream G650 at 0.925, or the Cessna Citation X at 0.935. In fact, the Gulfstream comparison becomes even more relevant when you take into account the thrust. At 13,000 – 14,000 lbs, the engine is a match of the one that supports both the Gulfstream G500 and G600.

The 6X also shares a range of features that can be found in the 7X and 8X. Namely, the advanced fly-by-wire control system and high-end cockpit functionality will all be incorporated. The cockpit itself is brand new, though. It’s fitted out with all the trimmings including the FalconSphere II electronic flight bag, FalconEye Combined Vision System, and a basis of the third generation EASy III digital flight deck.

In more than one way, the 6X is looking to do things that have never been done in the long-range category. If they don’t suffer the same delays as before, the 6X could prove to be a very important model for the market.

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