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Global Jet Concept brings Falcon back into service
A new LED lighting system has been implemented on Global Jet Concept's Falcon 2000LX, along with an innovative entertainment system. The aircraft can transport passengers from London to New York non-stop.
The cabin is well-appointed for work, relaxation and meal times.

Swiss-headquartered Global Jet Concept has re-entered its Geneva-based Falcon 2000LX into charter service following a complete refurbishment. Designed for 10 passengers, the twin-engine Falcon offers a 26 ft cabin with strong onboard connectivity. The cabin is divided into two sections, enabling passengers to work in the forward cabin or eat a meal in the aft cabin. The aircraft features a one-sided galley and is also equipped with a lavatory.

The interior of the aircraft has been entirely renewed, from the carpentry to new leather seats and a new carpet. A new LED lighting system has been implemented with an innovative entertainment system. Furthermore, The Wi-Fi has been upgraded to Ka-band, which is one of the fastest systems on the market. The exterior of the aircraft has also been repainted as well.

With a range of 4,000 nm, the Falcon 2000LX will take passengers across oceans and continents, allowing non-stop flights from New York to London.

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