Dassault Falcon 7X
The Dassault Falcon 7X is a long range, large cabin private jet, boasting a massive 5,950nm ranged aircraft. It was premiered at the 2001 Paris Air Show. Alongside the Falcon 900, this is the only other business trijet with an S-shaped tail engine. Entering into service in 2007, the Falcon 7X is still in production today. More than 250 of these aircraft were ordered, with probably many more to come!
Some specifications of the aircraft:
Crew | Two
Aircraft length | 23.38 m / 76.08 ft
Cabin length | 11.91 m / 39.07 ft
Height | 7.83 m / 25.67 ft
Wingspan | 26.21 m / 86.00 ft
MTOW | 31,751 kg / 70,000 lb
Ceiling | 15,545 m / 51,000 ft
Max cruise speed | Mach 0.9 (516 kn; 956 km/h)
Long range cruise speed | Mach 0.8 (459 kn; 850 km/h)
Maximum range | 11,019 km / 5,950 nm
In my opinion, this aircraft would work great at filling the gap between the aging Cessna Citation X and the Airbus A318ACJ family and Boeing 737BBJ family. This would be a great long haul, corporate aircraft, which would probably be happily used by corporate themed VOs and pilots who like corporate flying!