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News: Boeing Introduces Max 7 BBJ

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  1. Boeing Unveils MAX 7 BBJ
    The commercial end of Boeing is working to bring to market their MAX range of 737 single aisle jetliners. That will happen very soon with Norwegian (or Southwest , if they change their integration strategy) taking delivery of the first MAX aircraft soon. The business end of the company that is responsible for putting together the executive jet variants for clients is filtering the MAX line in too and at the end of last year Boeing announced a MAX 7 variant on offer and in fact a unit in that variation has been sold.
  2. Boeing Business Jets (BBJ) made an announcement of the first sale of a Boeing 737 MAX 7 at the Middle East Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) saying that the customer is from the Asia Pacific region. "The BBJ MAX 7 is an exceptional business jet and we know our customers will be thrilled with the airplane," said David Longridge, president, Boeing Business Jets. "The 7,000 mile range will connect key city pairings that were previously not possible in a BBJ and increased cabin and cargo space makes this an unbeatable business jet."Despite being larger and more capable than the current BBJ, the new MAX 7 has the lowest operating costs of any Boeing Business Jets aircraft. Boeing Business Jets has twelve BBJ MAXs on order; with one BBJ MAX 7, ten BBJ MAX 8s and one BBJ MAX 9. The BBJ MAX 7 is longer than the original BBJ, providing more space in the cabin while also creating additional volume for cargo in the lower lobe. In addition, because of its new, more fuel-efficient LEAP-1B engines, the BBJ MAX 7 has reduced fuel burn and emissions and requires less cargo volume be reserved for auxiliary fuel tanks, no matter what the mission length.

    For more information:

    Boeing Business Jet Unit
    P.O. Box 3707, MC 1E-77
    Seattle, WA 98124-2207
    www.boeing.com

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