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Information about Dassault Falcon 20

Dassault began the development of a light administrative aircraft with two turbojet engines in collaboration with Aerospatiale (formerly Sud-Avation). The assembly of the prototype began in January 1962. The prototype aircraft was a cantilever low-winged aircraft with a swept wing and tail unit, a circular cross-section fuselage and a retractable three-bearing chassis with a nose support. The serial aircraft took off on May 4, 1963. and was for a short period of time equipped with two turbojet Pratt & Whitney JTF12A-8 engines with a load of 1497 kgc mounted on pylons on the sides of the rear fuselage. He received the designation Mystere-Falcon 20 (Mystere – in France, and Falcon – for export sales).

    Subsequently, the aircraft were re-equipped with General Electric CF700 turbofan engines, which became the standard powerplant. In North America, these cars were sold under the name Fan Jet Falcon. The Mystere-Falcon 20 found both civil and military applications, and orders reached almost 500 copies. The first production aircraft flew on January 1, 1965, and the original series received the designation Standart Falcon 20.

   On the basis of this aircraft, the Falcon 20C variant was developed with an increased fuel capacity and a General Electric CF700-2C engine with the same 1871 kgc as the Standard Falcon airplanes, and the Falcon 20D with the more powerful CF700-2D engine 1928 kgc. As a result of the installation of CF700-2D-2 engines, the Falcon 20E variant appeared, and the installation of additional devices that create an increase in lift to improve the take-off and landing characteristics, and a further increase in fuel reserves were characteristic features of the Falcon 20F variant.

    Then began the development of a modified Falcon 20G aircraft, which was offered by Falcon Jet Corporation in response to the US Coast Guard technical specifications for the medium-range patrol aircraft. The contract for 41 cars with the designation HU-25 Guardian was signed in 1977. In this version, ATD3-6 turbofan engines are installed, since 1983 it has become standard for all production aircraft that received the civil designation Falcon 200.

The HU-25A aircraft were used for search and rescue operations, and the HU-25B variants were used to control environmental pollution. The HU-25C variant, equipped with the FLIR airborne IR system for detecting targets in the front hemisphere, was modified to prevent drug smuggling.

    The latest development was the Falcon 200, which was replaced in 1983. on the assembly line aircraft Falcon 20F after the delivery of 473 copies. The prototype 200, originally designated the Falcon 20H, was equipped with less powerful ATF 3-6A-4C engines of 2360 kgc, enlarged fuel tanks in the rear fuselage. He made the first flight on April 30, 1980. By 1989 35 aircraft were delivered to 11 countries. The Falcon 200 variant for maritime patrol is sold under the designation Gardian 2 and is equipped with search radar, electronic countermeasure equipment and has the ability to tow targets. Five aircraft serve as part of the French Navy.

In addition to those mentioned above, the following modifications were produced: Falcon 20 CC – one copy with low-pressure pneumatic tires for operation from grassy runways; Falcon 20 ST – designation of two Falcon airplanes used by the French Air Force for training in work with systems and equipped with a combat radar and navigation system, as on Mirage IIIE airplanes; Falcon 20 FH – designation of the development aircraft for the Falcon 20H program with the fuselage and powerplant of the Falcon 20F variant and new built-in fuel tanks.

Dassault Falcon 20 modifications:

  • Mystère/Falcon 20
  • Mystère/Falcon 20C
  • Falcon 20CC (s/n 073)
  • Mystère/Falcon 20D
  • Mystère/Falcon 20E
  • Mystère/Falcon 20F
  • Falcon 20FH
  • Falcon 20G
  • Falcon 20H
  • Falcon 200
  • Falcon ST

General characteristics

Crew: two
Capacity: 8-14 passengers
Length: 17.15 m (56 ft 3 in)
Wingspan: 16.30 m (53 ft 6 in)
Height: 5.32 m (17 ft 7 in)
Wing area: 41.0 m² (440 ft²)
Empty weight: 7,530 kg (16,600 lb)
Max. takeoff weight: 13,000 kg (28,660 lb)
Powerplant: 2 × General Electric CF700-2D-2 turbofan, 20 kN (4,500 lbf) each

Performance

Maximum speed: 862 km/h (465 knots, 536 mph) (max cruise) at 6,100 m (20,000 ft)
Cruise speed: 750 km/h (405 knots, 466 mph) (econ cruise) at 12,200m (40,000 ft)
Stall speed: 152 km/h (82 knots, 95 mph)
Range: 3,350 km (1,808 naut mi, 2,080 mi)
Service ceiling: 12,800 m (42,000 ft) (absolute)

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