The Falcon 900 was granted FAA certification in March 1986. The follow-on variant, the Falcon 900B, is powered by the -5BR version of the TFE 731. A retrofit program allows the engines of earlier Falcon 900's to be upgraded to the -5BR version. By 1993, when production ceased on the Falcon 900, 103 aircraft had been delivered. The Falcon 900 can accommodate as many as eighteen passengers in a high-density arrangement, but is more commonly configured to seat eight to twelve in an executive layout. A full-size lavatory and galley are standard, along with all amenities appropriate for the long stage lengths typical of an aircraft of this class.
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