This is a large jet manufactured by Dassault Aviation with its first flight on September 21st of 1984 and was introduced to the market the same year. It was produced until 1991 with more than 500 units delivered.
It has a maximum speed of 1029.037kph - 1065.788kph (0.84 mach - 0.87 mach) and has a cruise speed of 590 mph (950 km/h, 513 knots, 0.85 mach) at 10,970 m (36,000ft). It has a length of 20.21 m (66 ft 4 in) and a height of 7.55 m (24 ft 9.5 in), making it optimal for a crew of 2 pilots and 19 passengers. This model has nine variants: Falcon 900 (Originally version), Falcon 900 MSA (has a search radar and a hatch), Falcon 900B (with TFE731-5BR-1C engines), Falcon 900EX (TFE731-60 engines and a range of 8,340 km), Falcon 900C (improved avionics over the 900B), Falcon 900DX (TFE731-60 engines), Falcon 900LX (Blended Winglets), VC-900A, VC-900B
Is used for civil transportation by: Qatar and Saudi Arabia. For military transport in: Bolivia, France, Germany, Belgium, Japan, Italy, Russia, Malaysia, South Africa, Syria, Spain, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela, Switzerland, Nigeria and Namibia.