Dassault Falcon 50 France

Developed to cover the emerging US transcontinental and transatlantic business jet market, the Falcon 50 used the fuselage cross-section of the Falcon 20/200, married to a new supercritical wing, and the addition of a third engine. First flown on 7 November 1976, the Falcon 50 entered service in early 1979. Total delivered: 310.

Specifications: 50 EX
Accommodation: 2 + 19
Cargo/baggage: 3.97 m³ (140 cu.ft)
Max Speed: MO.84 (493 kt; 912 km/h)
Range: 3,285 nm (6,083 km)

Wingspan: 18.9 m (61 ft 11 in)
Length: 18.5 m (60 ft 9 in)
Height: 7.0 m (22 ft 11 in)

Low/swept wing; three Honeywell TFE731 turbofans, two mounted on sides of rear fuselage, the third atop and at base of tail at centerline; seven cabin windows each side; swept tailfin and low-mounted tailplane.