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Falcon 2000DX

The 19-passenger Dassault Falcon 2000DX combines the comfort and range of a big jet with the short-runway ability and fuel efficiency of a small one. Dassault estimates that the jet’s operating costs are 5 percent less than those of the Falcon 2000, which it replaces. The craft also can land with its fuel tanks nearly full, giving you more flexibility in trip planning.

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