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Boeing Business Jet (BBJ)


BizJet


United States | 1999



"The Model 737-based Boeing Business Jet has seen deliveries surpass the 200-unit mark in 2016 and continues to generate interest."

Power & Performance
Those special qualities that separate one aircraft design from another. Performance specifications presented assume optimal operating conditions for the Boeing Business Jet MAX 7 BizJet.
2 x Turbofan engines.
Propulsion
8,078 miles
13,000 km | 7,019 nm
Operational Range
Structure
The nose-to-tail, wingtip-to-wingtip physical qualities of the Boeing Business Jet MAX 7 BizJet.
2
(MANNED)
Crew
116.7 ft
35.56 m
O/A Length
117.9 ft
(35.95 m)
O/A Width
40.4 ft
(12.30 m)
O/A Height
106,329 lb
(48,230 kg)
Empty Weight
177,031 lb
(80,300 kg)
MTOW
Variants
Notable series variants as part of the Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) family line.
BBJ ("Boeing Business Jet") - Base Series Name.
BBJ/BBJ1 - Based in the Model 737-700.
BBJ2 - Based in the Model 737-800.
BBJ3 - Based in the Model 737-900ER.
BBJ C - Based in the Model 737-700C.
BBJ MAX 7 - CFM International LEAP engines; model of 2016; 7,000 nautical mile range.
BBJ MAX 8 - CFM International LEAP engines; 6,325 nautical mile range.
BBJ MAX 9 - CFM International LEAP engines; 6,255 nautical mile range.
C-40B "Clipper" - United States Navy variant of the BBJ/BBJ1.
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The Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) is a designation used by Boeing to cover business market/VIP jet airliners base upon the proven framework of the modern Model 737 twin-engined offering. Seating is typically reduced in these designs to better afford luxuries often associated with VIP passenger haulers. The base BBJ/BBJ1 is based in the Model 737-700 with its reinforced wing mainplane members and undercarriage. Operational ranges are enhanced through additional internal fuel tanks housed in the belly of the fuselage.

The subsequent BBJ2 and BBJ3 are based on the Model 737-800 and Model 737-900ER airframes, respectively. The BBJ C is the Model 737-700ER with full modularity depending on role required (passenger hauling, cargo duty, etc.). The BBJ MAX 8 and BBJ MAX 9 offerings are based in the Model 737 MAX 7, Model 737 MAX8 and Model 737 MAX 9 products with all of their included enhancements and performance figures. All three are powered by the CFM International LEAP turbofan engine.

The versatility of the BBJ has led to it being taken into service by a variety of military players.

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October 2018 - Boeing announced the first-delivery of its BBJ MAX 8 series model to an unspecified customer.

December 2019 - To date, about 150 Boeing Business Jet aircraft (BBJ, BBJ2, and BBJ3 models collectively) have been delivered to customers.

Operators
Global customers who have evaluated and/or operated the Boeing Business Jet (BBJ). Nations are displayed by flag, each linked to their respective national aircraft listing.

Total Production: 210 Units

Contractor(s): Boeing Commercial Airplanes (Boeing Company) - USA
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[ Australia; Belarus; Colombia; India; Indonesia; Kazakhstan; Kuwait; Madagascar; Malaysia; Mexico; Morocco; Netherlands; Niger; Nigeria; Poland; Qatar; South Africa; Tunisia; Untied Arab Emirates; United States ]
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Image from official Boeing Business Jet marketing materials.

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