Scheduled to enter service in 2017, the Falcon 5X is Dessault aviation’s most ambitious private jet to date. Promising to be one of the most fuel efficient ultralongrange jets on the market, it will boast a shortfield capability more common to smaller jets. Falcon’s first clean sheet design in a decade, the 5X will sport the most sophisticated flybywire system and super fuelefficient Silvercrest engines that will produce 50 percent less emissions on shorter journeys. When it comes to inflight comfort, the 5X offers an unmatched cabin height of sixfoot, sixinches, and a much wider cabin than previous Falcon iterations. Naturally illuminated by 28 of the largest windows ever fitted on a business jet, the 25.3footlong cabin will be comprised of three distinct living/work spaces, including club quarters, a conference section, and a separate lounge that allows for full berthing on overnight flights. High design, ultra comfy, ‘sculpted’ seats will be fitted with individual seat monitors and enable WIFI connectivity for personal electronic devices.