Passenger Seating: Fifteen (15) Passengers Cockpit Jump Seat: Yes
The interior was last refurbished in November, 2008 at Duncan Aviation in Battle Creek, Michigan. This partial refurbishment consisted of new soft goods, including all new carpeting.
This Falcon 900B's fire blocked interior features a three section main cabin, forward and aft lavatories, a forward galley with galley annex, and an in‐flight accessible baggage compartment. The main entrance opens up to a vestibule containing a left‐hand crew closet opposite a crew storage cabinet followed by a right‐hand forward lavatory and main galley. Opposite the galley is a left‐hand galley annex.
A stowing acoustical curtain is provided to close out the main entrance during flight, and the vestibule is separated from the cockpit by a stowing fabric curtain. The forward cabin is separated from the galley with a wooden pocket door, while the mid and aft cabin areas are separated by a stowing fabric curtain. The forward and aft lavatories feature hinged wooden doors, and the aft baggage compartment is separated from the aft lavatory with a hinged wooden door.
The cabin consists of fifteen passenger seats, all belted for taxi, takeoff and landing. The forward cabin features four single seats in club configuration, the mid cabin features a right‐hand three‐place berthing divan opposite a four‐place non‐berthing divan, and the aft cabin consists of a left‐hand three‐place berthing divan opposite a single seat. The aft cabin divan features dual flip‐down armrests. The forward cabin right‐hand forward‐facing seat is designated as the forward VIP seat, and the aft cabin's right‐hand single seat is designated as the aft VIP seat, each featuring various cabin management and entertainment controls. All single seats offer varying degrees of tracking, swiveling, and reclining with berthing capabilities. Most seats feature cup holders and individual seat lighting and audio controls with a headset jack. The cockpit features two manual/electric adjustable pilot seats with adjustable armrests, as well as a leather swiveling jump seat. The jump seat stows in the floor just behind the cockpit pedestal when not in use.
Tables, Storage, and Miscellaneous:
Folding, stowing console tables are located at each two‐place club seating area, as well as at the aft single VIP seat. A manually operated conference/dining table with folding leaves slides from below the mid cabin's left‐hand divan and deploys into the center isle between the mid cabin divans providing for a large conference/dining area. This is a unique and exciting option allowing for large group meetings or dining.
The entertainment componentry and primary controls are located in the entertainment bulkhead cabinet just behind the mid cabin's left‐hand divan and opposite is a bulkhead general storage cabinet. Finally, there is a wardrobe storage cabinet just behind the aft cabin’s VIP seat. The cabin windows feature manually operated fabric‐covered window shades. Six (6) 110VAC 60Hz electric outlets are installed throughout the cockpit and cabin areas for passenger and crew use. Two therapeutic oxygen ports with masks are located in the forward and aft cabin areas for passenger convenience.
The cabin entertainment system features multiple options for passenger audio and video selection. The system includes a Rosen Aviation RosenView LX passenger moving map/information system with flight deck and cabin controllers. Additionally, there are two DVD players, a Bose stereo audio system with subwoofers, and there are three bulkhead‐mounted LCD monitors: a 15" monitor in the forward left‐hand cabin bulkhead, a 17" monitor in the aft cabin left‐hand bulkhead cabinet facing the mid cabin, and a 17" monitor in the aft cabin right‐hand bulkhead cabinet facing the aft cabin. Additionally, passengers may enjoy content from the Sirius Satellite Radio system.
A TrueNorth Simphonē™ Duo dual‐channel Iridium® voice satellite telecommunications system is available for crew and passenger voice calls. This system features three TrueNorth digital wired handsets: one in the cockpit, one in the forward cabin, and one in the aft cabin at the aft VIP seat.
All interior woodwork and cabinetry is finished in medium brown high gloss veneer with circular graining. Light brown carpeting with a diamond pattern is installed throughout the cockpit, galley, cabin, and lavatory areas. All cabin exposed functional and decorative metal surfaces are gold plated, including cabinetry latches, seatbelt hardware, cup holders, sinks, faucets, and various accent pieces.
The headliner and PSU panels are finished in cream‐colored soft leather, the window panels and window shades are finished in a light tan‐colored textured fabric, and the lower sidewalls are covered in grey‐colored suede‐like leather. All cabin seating, the jump seat, and both lavatory seat cushions are covered in cream‐colored leather, and the cockpit seats feature sheepskin coverings with cream‐colored leather trim. The galley and aft lavatory counter top surfaces are finished in a patterned cream‐colored solid surface.
A forward galley and galley annex provide for generous storage and functionality. Equipment includes a Whirlpool microwave, dual TIA ovens, hot liquid dispenser, sink with hot and cold water, trash container, beverage storage, dual ice chest drawers, and catering storage. Additional storage cabinets feature dedicated cutlery, china, crystal, and utensil compartments.
Water system and cabin management‐flight attendant call indication panels are located in the upper galley cabinet.
Lavatories: Forward and Aft
The forward lavatory features an inboard‐facing electric flushing toilet, and the aft lavatory features a right‐hand, inboard‐facing electric flushing toilet opposite a mirrored vanity with sink, hot and cold water, and ample toiletry storage. Both toilets feature external servicing.
An in‐flight accessible and pressurized baggage compartment with dual fold‐down shelves and netting is located aft of the lavatory, and there is an external access door.