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With nearly triple the space of other executive jets, a non-stop range that easily covers New York to Honolulu, Cairo, or Buenos Aires, and a refreshingly home-like interior, including a queen-size bed suite, up to 2 full-height showers and living, dining, and conference rooms, the BBJ is known as the ultimate in business jets.

The BBJ 2 is approximately 19 feet longer than the original BBJ, with 25 percent more cabin space and double the cargo space. With dual General Electric/Snecma CFM56-7 engines, the BBJ2 is capable of traveling long distances at high speeds. The new Max platform will also offer 12% more fuel efficiency. Accordingly, this will reduce operating costs and increase range when compared to the original BBJ. Furthermore, the BBJ2 also travels faster and quieter.

The BBJ 3 is the largest BBJ and features an impressive intercontinental range. The BBJ3 is powered by dual GE/Snecma CFM56-7B27 engines, which each provide over 24,300 lbs of thrust. Larger than its predecessor (BBJ2) in both external size and interior cabin, the BBJ3 was designed to offer the same exceptional performance in a larger package.

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The Boeing Business Jet series are variants of Boeing jet airliners for the corporate jet market. The Boeing Business Jet is a 50/50 partnership between Boeing Commercial Airplanes and GE Aviation .

The BBJ designation denotes the business jets based upon the 737 series airliners. These aircraft usually seat between 25 and 50 passengers within a luxurious configuration. This may include a master bedroom, a washroom with showers, a conference/dining area, and a living area. Boeing Business Jets also has corporate jet configurations based on the 777 , 787 and the 747-8 Intercontinental , which are known as 777 VIP , 787 VIP , and 747-8 VIP , respectively.

The Boeing BBJ is primarily a 737 commercial airframe with modifications to provide for private jet service. The BBJ1 is based on a 737-700 airframe, with elements from the 737-800. The BBJ2 and BBJ3 are based on the 737-800 and 737-900ER series, respectively.