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CodyJude
04-24-2019, 11:23 AM
Is the Falcon 2000 classic a different type than the EX or Easy model?

Are there enough still flying in the US or is it a dying type rating?

A good plane for contractors?

Any opinions on the plane you’d like to share?

Thanks!


RonWeasley
04-24-2019, 03:07 PM
Is the Falcon 2000 classic a different type than the EX or Easy model?

Are there enough still flying in the US or is it a dying type rating?

A good plane for contractors?

Any opinions on the plane you’d like to share?

Thanks!

The eAsy is a different type rating
LMGTFY (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=falcon+type+rating)

Falcondrivr
04-25-2019, 09:42 AM
2000 is DA-2TH I think? Easy is DA-2EASY. Kinda like the 900: 900s up the the EX classic is DA-50. 900EX, LX and so on are DA-9EASY


Crockrocket95
04-27-2019, 07:58 AM
2000 is DA-2TH I think? Easy is DA-2EASY. Kinda like the 900: 900s up the the EX classic is DA-50. 900EX, LX and so on are DA-9EASY

900EX is just DA-50

Falcondrivr
04-28-2019, 05:04 PM
900EX is just DA-50

Up to the EX Classic as I said. After the Ex classic they are all EASy FlightDeck.

Crockrocket95
04-28-2019, 07:09 PM
Up to the EX Classic as I said. After the Ex classic they are all EASy FlightDeck.

Well the last part said 900EX, LX etc...

JohnPaulGeorge
07-12-2019, 08:03 AM
Classic is F2TH, it’s its own type rating. Still a fairly popular plane as its cheap to buy and operate, especially after NetJets dumped a bunch on the market. I see a few Classic jobs pop up but contract work pays like 1200-1500/day PIC.



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