Falcon 20

Charter the Dassault Falcon 20 Midsize Jet

Private Jets Teterboro offers jet charter services on the Dassault Falcon 20, an 8-10 passenger business jet with a range of 1,800 nautical miles.

The Falcon 20 remains a popular midsize jet for executive travel despite ending production more than 30 years ago. Variant models include the Falcon 20C-5, 20D-5, 20E-5, and 20F-5, as well as the Falcon 200 (20H), which was used to develop the Falcon 10 and Falcon 50.

They offer 24 foot long executive cabins, one of the longest in its class, with comfortable seating for up to 10 passengers across 6 seats and 1 divan in standards configuration. Due to their age, most have been refurbished with custom interior layouts, including modern entertainment systems. There’s also 41 cubic feet of storage available for bags, golf clubs, and personal belongings.

Call us directly at +1 (888) 987-5387 or request a quote for pricing and availability on Falcon 20s and similar business jets near you.

Falcon 20 Pricing & Performance

The cost to charter a Falcon 20 starts at around $4,000 an hour*. Hourly charter rates do not include all taxes, fuel, and other fees. Charter costs will vary based year of make/model, schedule, routing, passenger & baggage totals, and other factors.

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Falcon 20 Jet Charter Services

The Falcon 20 is one of the most frequently chartered super light jets, and is ideal for business meetings, vacations, and special events. For pricing & availability on private jet charter services, call us directly at 1-888-987-5387.

* Average hourly rates will change based on make, model and year; amenities, routing and scheduling/availability, and do not include fuel, taxes, crew charges, ramp, hangar, FBO, overnights, daily minimums, taxes, international fees, catering, ground transport, or de-icing. For a free, all-inclusive quote, please call or email. Pictures are for example only. The age, color, interior layout, hourly rates, specifications, dimensions may all vary between aircraft.