The Dassault Family creates jets with high standards of engineering, structural quality, and technological advancement. Although Dassault’s models have evolved and improved over time, the Falcon 10, a light, twin-turbo fan business jet, remains popular in the used aircraft market, and for good reasons. It was introduced for the first time in December 1970 to fill the gap between the Falcon 20 and smaller turboprop cabin-class business jets.
In 1983, Dassault redesigned and fine-tuned elements of the Falcon 10, which was renamed the Falcon 100. Following the redesign period, 37 additional aircraft were built before terminating production in 1989.
Dassault always brings the best-of-the-best aircraft to the market. Falcon 10 owners love their aircraft, which is evident by the 226 Falcon’s built between 1973 and 1989. Even as an older model, the Falcon 10/100 is a good, medium-range aircraft for executive use and continues to be sought-after by many.