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The Boeing Business Jet, or BBJ, is a long – range corporate jet development of the “next generation” 737-700.
Boeing Business Jets is a joint venture formed by Boeing and General Electric in July 1996, to develop and market a corporate version of the popular 737 airliner. The BBJ is based on the “next generation” 737-700's airframe, has the strengthened wing, fuselage center section and landing gear of the larger and heavier 737-800 and has a number of auxiliary fuel tanks to extend the range up to 6000+ NM. It has an advanced two crew six LCD screen EFIS avionics flight deck that is also found on the other “next generation” 737. Boeing Business Jets equipped the BBJ with winglets.
The BBJ flew for the first time on September 4, 1998 and deliveries started shortly after that.
The Boeing BBJ Max 7 comes equipped with new CFM LEAP -1B engines and advanced winglets. The BBJ MAX 7 was unveiled in October 2016 and will have a range of 7,000 nautical miles and a longer cabin with more under-floor baggage space.
BBJ 737 Max 7
CFM International LEAP - 1B27 2
Boeing Flight Deck