Dassault Aviation - Production Record
Civil Bloch aircraft
Military Bloch aircraft
Civil Dassault aircraftDassault Falcon Specification
Military Dassault aircraft
In nearly 40 years, 1,500 Falcons have been built. They today account for nearly half of all up-market business aircraft, by value, delivered world-wide. In economic terms, the French share of work on a Falcon brings in more foreign currency than the French share of work on an Airbus 320. The North American market accounts for 50% of the company's civilian sales, and Dassault Aviation is one of the rare French companies with a strong American presence, through its Dassault Falcon Jet subsidiary, now thirty years old. The group's largest plant, which does the interior appointments and finish of Falcons, is in Little Rock, Arkansas.
The name "Dassault Falcon Jet" includes the following aircraft models: Dassault-Breguet Falcon 10 and Mercure 100C, Dassault-Aviation Mystere-Falcon series (20 series, 50, 200, 900), Fan Jet Falcon series, and Falcon 900EX. Starting from the Mystere-Falcon 20, which itself went through many versions, Dassault Aviation has developed in turn six models covering the whole range of business aviation needs. Each of these models has represented an additional technological step forward, benefiting not only from previous experience but also from the fallout of Dassault Aviation's experience in the military domain, in both studies and production.
Type Number built Falcon 10 Prototype 3 Falcon 10 190 Falcon 100 36 Falcon 10/100 229 Falcon 20 Prototype 1 Falcon 20 180 Falcon 20 D 56 Falcon 20 E 59 Falcon 20 F 140 Falcon 20 G (HU 25) 42 Falcon 20 478 Falcon 200 38 Falcon 30 1 Falcon 2000 Development 1 Falcon 2000 149 Falcon 2000 150 Falcon 50 Prototype 1 Falcon 50 250 Falcon 50EX 65 Falcon 50 / 50EX 316 Falcon 900 Prototype 1 Falcon 900 103 Falcon 900B 74 Falcon 900C 13 Falcon 900 191 Falcon 900EX 97 Total, all Falcons 1500
The worldwide Falcon fleet is composed of 'out of production' aircraft (Falcon 10, Falcon 20, Falcon 200, Falcon 900), and 'In-production' aircraft (F900EX series, F2000, F2000EX series and F50 series).
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