Falcon 10X Interior Receives Yet Another Prestigious Product Design Award

Dassault Aviation’s new large-cabin, ultra long-range Falcon 10X business jet has received the Chicago Athenaeum award for Good Design.

“These and other awards received by our rapidly expanding fleet are eloquent testimony to the unparalleled design and engineering prowess possessed by our company,” said Chairman and CEO Eric Trappier.  “No other business jet OEM is capable of blending leading-edge aircraft technologies, particularly in the realm of flight aerodynamics and digital flight control, with the most innovative and creative features of interior design.”

According to Dassault Aviation, the award is the second prestigious accolade in the past year to be received for the 10X’s innovative interior design. The aircraft also won a coveted Red Dot award and was shortlisted for the International Yacht & Aviation Awards in the private jet interior category.

The 10X is currently in development and Dassault Aviation says the jet will be the largest purpose-built business jet on the market with a 2,780-cubic feet cabin. Parts production for the jet is currently in full swing and industrial teams are gearing up to begin final assembly of the first aircraft.

The design will offer passengers a unique blend of spaciousness and quiet and physical comfort while offering the only modular design of any jet in its category. Sensory design, interior lighting, sound dampening and other advanced interior design techniques ensure the cabin seeks to make passengers forget they are even airborne, as if they were in a “penthouse in the sky.”

Dassault’s Falcon 7X and 2000S were also given Good Design awards in previous years for specially designed cabins, crafted in collaboration with BMW Group Designworks USA.

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