The Falcon 10 is a twin-jet aircraft of businesses built by Dassault Aviation.
Studied in 1969, it succeeded the Mystère 20 with reduced dimensions but an increased passable distance which wanted to be near to 3000 km. As of before the first flight of September 1st 1970, Pan Am ordered of them 40 and one subsidiary company of Lufthansa, 15.
The initial output tests were endeuillés by the loss of two test pilots during the rupture in flight of a prototype on October 31st 1972 with the top of Romorantin. It was the only accident at the time of the development of all the series of Falcon.
Certification takes place in 1973 and Falcon 10 is then fastest of the business aircrafts: it is called the “ Corporate bullet ” by the pilots.
The Falcon 100 is the evolution same characteristics presented in 1977.
The production began in 1971 and finished in 1991 by the plane n°226.
- many passengers: 4
- passable distance: 2855 km (1540 Nm)
- speed of croisère max: Mach 0.84
scale: 13,80 m
- length: 13,86 m
- height: 4,61 m
- wing surface: 24,10 m ²
- driving: 2 X Garrett TFE731-2-1C
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