1 Boeing BBJ2 Private Aircraft Available
|Passenger Capacity||14 to 80|
|Baggage Capacity||721 ft3|
|Cabin width||11' 6"|
|Cabin Length||98' 3"|
|Cabin Height||7' 1"|
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The Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) created the VIP airliner category. In 1999, Boeing unveiled the BBJ2, a stretched version of the private jet based on the 737-800 airframe. Outfitted with three to seven auxiliary fuel tanks in the belly, the BBJ2 has a slightly reduced range from its predecessor but still easily handles New York-Tokyo, and London-Johannesburg routes. Moreover, the BBJ2 is considerably roomier than its predecessor, with a cabin almost 20 feet longer, offering 25 percent more cabin space and double the BBJ’s baggage capacity. Aviation Partners’ blended winglets, which became an option for BBJs in 2000, are standard on the BBJ2. Like the BBJ, the BBJ2 is powered by two CFM56-7 engines, the same powerplants found on the BBJ and the 737-800 commercial jetliner.
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