Beyond First Class: Top Boeing Private Jet Options

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Interior of a luxury Boeing airliner (Credits: Boeing)

Boeing is Not just for airlines! Did you know that Boeing also makes private jets? These ultra-luxurious airplanes are called Boeing Business Jets (BBJ) and can be customized to meet the needs of the most discerning travelers. Here’s a look at 5 different types of Boeing Business Jets:

BBJ 737 MAX family

Based on the popular 737 MAX airliner, the BBJ MAX family offers increased range and improved comfort compared to earlier BBJ models. These airplanes can fly over 6,000 miles and boast a lower cabin altitude for a more comfortable ride. The BBJ MAX 8 offers 1,025 square feet of cabin space, while the slightly larger BBJ MAX 9 has 1,120 square feet.

BBJ BOEING max family 737 (Credits: Boeing)

BBJ Select

If you’re looking for a more affordable option, the BBJ Select is based on the 737 MAX 7 and is expected to enter service in 2026. This aircraft will come with a pre-configured interior with 6 zones, including a crew rest area, lavatory, VIP bed, and shower suite. The remaining space can be customized with lounges, bedrooms, or seating arrangements. The BBJ Select offers 884 square feet of cabin space.

BBJ Select (Credits: Boeing)

BBJ 787 Dreamliner family

The BBJ 787 Dreamliner family takes luxury to new heights with a cabin altitude of just 6,000 feet. These ultra-long-range jets can fly over 8,000 miles and come in two variants: the BBJ 787-8 and the slightly larger BBJ 787-9. Both airplanes feature multiple filtration systems for cleaner air and technology to reduce turbulence. The BBJ 787-8 offers 3,660 cubic feet of cabin space, while the BBJ 787-9 has 4,220 cubic feet.

BBJ 787 Dreamliner Family (Credits: Boeing)

BBJ 747

If space is what you need, then the BBJ 747 is the ultimate flying palace. This double-decker jet boasts over 4,700 square feet of cabin space and can seat up to 100 passengers in a standard configuration. While Boeing is no longer producing the BBJ 747, 13 of these incredible airplanes are still flying today.

BBJ 747 (Credits: Boeing)

BBJ 777X family

Scheduled to enter service in 2025, the BBJ 777X family will be the largest business jet ever built. The BBJ 777-8 will offer over 3,256 square feet of cabin space, while the BBJ 777-9 will have over 3,689 square feet. These jets will also have massive cargo compartments, making them ideal for long-distance trips with lots of luggage.

BBJ 777X Family (Credits: Boeing)

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