Dassault Falcon 20/200

Developed in a collaboration with Sud-Aviation in the late 1950’s and made its first flight on 4 May 1963. The first prototype was fitted with the PetW JT 12A turbojet, but production aircraft had GE CF700 turbofans, the first of which flew on 1 January 1965. First delivery. To Pan American, was made in June that year. Known as Mystere in France. Total delivered: 473 (20), 35 (200).

Accommodation: 2 + 12
Cargo/baggage: 1.45m³ (52 cu.ft)
Max Speed: MO.82 (470 kt; 870 km/h)
Range: 2,510 nm (4,650 km)

Wingspan: 16.3m (53 ft 6 in)
Length: 17.2m (56 ft 3 in)
Height: 5.3 m (17 ft 5 in)

Low/swept wings; twin GE CF700 or Garrett ATF3 turbofans mounted on sides of rear fuselage; five cabin windows each side; swept tailfin with swept mid-mounted tailplane.