Anything Dassault. Well maybe except the 10 maybe, I don't know, it's has too much "Lear" in it but it is really fast. Exceptional handling and comfort for the pilots and they are built like tanks. The 7X
looks like an incredible aircraft, the only thing I don't like about it is they took the steering tiller out and you use rudder pedals to steer. The 50 has been in production forever, the 900 and 2000 series are very roomy with good range. The 3 engine models are the way to go if you cross the water.
Personally I really like the Falcon 20 for obvious reasons to me as far as operational redundancy and great looks, but it does lack in climb power with anti-ice on. We do have a saying, best done in your best Robin Leach voice, but "what the Falcon 20 lacks in climb power, it makes up in the speedy decent and superior flight deck comfort." I am not however looking forward to the beating I am going to be getting the next couple days in the sim in DFW
in it. Fun stuff!
I have flown the early Learjet models up through the 36, and they may look super sexy, but they are nothing more than the fastest homebuilt experimental there is, especially the 20 series. They just weren't the greatest designed systems-wise nor comfort-wise, but they did start it all for the Corporate flight world with the Lear 23. And they are wicked loud
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