The Falcon 900’s 33-foot-long, flat-floor cabin is still one of the best ever designed for all-around utility. With seating for up to 14 people, it’s comfy.
A state-of-the-art cabin provides 24 panoramic windows supplying natural light and three defined areas for work, rest and dining.
A traditional cabin layout features a galley opposite the main entry, a small forward closet, a forward club-four grouping of larger executive seats bifurcated with folding sidewall tables, then four narrower seats arrayed around a hi-lo conference table across the aisle from a credenza/entertainment centre.
Aft of that through an optional pocket door is a three-place, side-facing divan with berthing top that converts into a bed across the aisle from an executive workstation.
Behind that is the lavatory with another small wardrobe closet and through the lavatory passengers can access the heated 127-cubic-foot baggage compartment in flight. The external baggage door incorporates a step for easy loading.
The tri-engine Falcon 900 EX long-range jet dependably crosses deserts and oceans non-stop.