Dassault Falcon 2000DX: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide


Originally certified in 2004, as slightly smaller development of the Falcon 900 trijet, the Falcon 2000 was upgraded to the 2000EX EASy and the 2000EX EASy, before it was branded as the 2000DX.

The 2000DX has a range of 3,250 nautical miles when carrying eight passengers. It can climb to 41,000 feet in 17 minutes can fly at Mach .80 at maximum range.

Production of the 200DX was stopped in 2008, so that Dassault could concentrate on other models.

The broker’s view

“This large jet is a short-range variant of the 2000EX EASy, which means it can be purchased for a lower price than other jets in the Dassault product line.”
— Rene Banglesdorf, CEO, Charlie Bravo Aviation

Hard facts

Range: 3,742 miles/6,023 kms/3,250 nautical miles
Typical passengers: 8 (typical) – 19 (high density)
Typical crew: 

Cabin space: 1,024 ft3 / 29.00 m3
Maximum speed: 561 mph/901 kmph/mach 0.85
Recommended cruise:
528 mph/850 kmph/mach 0.80
Competitor aircraft: Challenger 605, Falcon 2000LX EASy, Falcon 2000S, Legacy 600, Gulfstream G350, G450
How much does a new Falcon 2000DX cost? $30m
Hourly operating cost:
First delivery: 2007
World fleet:
25 (May 2012). Production completed
Fractional operators include: N/A
Aircraft manufacturer: Dassault

Engine manufacturer: Pratt & Whitney Canada
Engine type (number):
PW308C (2)