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BMW’s Falcon: Extra Comfort for the Long Haul

Mary Grady

Nonstop flights in the long-range Falcon 7X can last up to 13 hours, so a comfortable interior is vital. Buyers now can choose a fresh new look from BMW Group DesignworksUSA. Subtle curves, designer lighting, and enhanced contrast emphasize openness, space, and comfort for an elegant and relaxed experience. The quiet 7X cabin also features 28 extra-large windows to let in lots of light plus a low in-flight cabin altitude of 6,000 feet to ensure that passengers arrive well rested. The BMW interior is available for new deliveries starting in 2011. (201.440.6700, www.dassaultfalcon.com)

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