A proven, reliable powerplant with the latest technological advances.
Three Pratt & Whitney Canada PW307A engines power the new Falcon 7X. The PW307A will be flat rated at takeoff to 6,402 Ib thrust each at ISA+17C SLS takeoff each, to achieve new levels of performance and efficiency.
The engine has a design basis derived from the PW300 series engines already in rigorous use on airliners and other business jets. The PW300 engine family has accumulated more than 1.3 million flight hours, demonstrating an outstanding record for reliability and durability.
The PW307A engines for the Falcon 7X provide a new standard in cabin comfort for low noise and vibration due to product refinements. New fan technology provides a very low external noise signature, one that will meet stringent noise standards anticipated for the next two decades. The PW307A is also a low-emissions engine, significantly better than the FAA/EPA and ICAO standards.
The PW307A engines used by the Falcon 7X will not need overhaul for 7,200 flying hours or more than 14 years of typical operation.