Boeing Business Jets (BBJ) customers have a new way to customise cabin interiors for the BBJ 737-7, reducing costs and speeding delivery of new VIP jets, the company announced today. With BBJ Select, Boeing is offering a wide range of pre-designed cabin layouts and configurations to speed installation and lower the overall purchase price of the airplane.
The company unveiled its new BBJ Select premium interiors at the National Business Aviation Association Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) in Las Vegas.
“Boeing Business Jets is offering customers a new, streamlined approach to creating a unique, comfortable and functional interior for our BBJ 737-7 airplane,” said BBJ President Joe Benson. “For customers who may not have the time or desire to create a fully custom interior, BBJ Select offers pre-designed options to outfit their cabin, allowing us to offer the jet at a very attractive fixed price.”
From guest rooms and private offices to family rooms and VIP passenger seating configurations, customers select modules for each section of the aircraft. In total, BBJ Select offers 144 unique modular cabin combinations in three different colour palettes, covering the spectrum of personal, business and head-of-state aircraft requirements.
Designed in collaboration with award-winning business jet completion centres Aloft AeroArchitects and Greenpoint Technologies, BBJ Select layouts eliminate the cost of one-time engineering and related work to install a clean-sheet cabin design. To simplify the buying experience, customers sign a single contract with Boeing and the company oversees the design, build and delivery of the fully outfitted VIP airplane.
BBJ Select cabins are exclusively available for the BBJ 737-7, the newest member of the BBJ 737 MAX family. With an unmatched combination of globe-spanning range, superior cabin space and best-in-class operating economics, the BBJ 737-7 can fly passengers over 15 hours non-stop while reducing fuel use and emissions compared to previous generation business jets. Built for daily flights, BBJs provide far higher reliability and retain more residual value compared to competitors.