The Dassault Falcon 900EX is a three-engine executive jet aircraft for two crew and up to 19 passengers.
Dassault announced the development of the Dassault Falcon 900 on 27 May 1983 at the Paris Airshow.
The Falcon 900 is a development of the Dassault Falcon 50, itself a development of the earlier Dassault Falcon 20.
The prototype of the Falcon 900, the "Spirit of Lafayette", flew first on 21 September 1984. French certification was awarded on 14 March 1986.
By the end of 1986, the first Falcon 900s were delivered to the customers. The Falcon 900B is an improved model of the Falcon 900, featuring improved
engines and increased range. The Falcon 900EX is featuring further improvements in engines and range and
an all glass cockpit. The development of the Falcon 900 is still going on: the Falcon 900C is a lower-cost companion to the Falcon 900EX and replaced the Falcon 900B. The current versions are the
Falcon 900EX EASy and the Falcon 900DX. In 2008, Dassault announced another development of the 900 series; the Falcon
900LX incorporating High Mach Blended Winglets designed by Aviation Partners Inc. The same winglets are being developed for the
entire Falcon 900 series as a retrofit kit with certification planned for 2009.
On 20 March 2007, the 2006-built Dassault Falcon 900EX c/n 173 was registered N7600S
in the US with SAS Institute Inc..The Dassault Falcon 900EX N7600S is operated by the SAS Institute Inc. Flight Operations from Cary, North
Carolina. On 12 August 2009, this nice Falcon 900EX came in Groningen Airport Eelde in the Netherlands and left the next