Dassault's Falcon 2000LX business jet received certification from the FAA yesterday and it received EASA certification last month. The first delivery of the aircraft is set for early May.

 The 2000LX programme involved the joint efforts of Dassault Falcon and Aviation Partners Inc. in Seattle, Washington.

Dassault is responsible for new production aircraft while Aviation Partners, the owner of the FAA Supplemental Type Certificate, is responsible for the retrofit of "in service" Falcon 2000 aircraft.

 ©Dassault Falcon

A High-Mach Blended Winglet was designed specifically for the Dassault Falcon wing. It has a wingspan for the 2000LX measuring six feet nine inches longer than the 2000EX.  .

The Falcon 2000LX is powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PW308C engines.

Source: FlightGlobal.com