Cleaner engines and fuel saving winglets- that’s the new addition to BBJ Max 7, the exceptional business jet designed to present high-standard, luxury, and comfortability to the passengers. Based on the Boeing 737-700 series, BBJ Max 7 was unveiled in October 2016 with a travel range of 7,000 nautical mile.
As of 2019, the company has sold more than 10,000 units of 737 aircraft that marks it as the best selling aircraft in aviation history. The private jet version of these aircraft made 260 of those sales and the BBJ Max 7 has accumulated up to 20 orders.
BBJ Max 7 has a 35.92 meter dihedral-swept wing configured with split-tip winglets designed to reduce drag by the use of laminar airflow.
It boasts an automatic deployable air-stairs for convenient boarding and de-boarding of passengers. These stairs have advanced handrails that automatically retract into its compartment under its main cabin.
The BBJ Max 7 also features updated flight decks, reduced noise profile, fly-by-wire spoilers, and improved aerodynamics.
Measuring 26.11 x 3.66 x 2.13 meter, the cabin offers a very spacious space than other business jets that accommodates a master bedroom, living room, office space, dining area, and even a shower room.
The aircraft provides more luggage room below the deck with a 7.8 m³ cargo space.
Engine and Performance
Powered by fuel-efficient CFM LEAP-1B engines with a thrust of 28,000 lbf, Boeing BBJ Max 7 has more economical fuel burn rate and lower carbon emissions, and can fly up to 7,000 nmi, a greater range than BBJ Max 8 and Max 9. It reaches up to a service ceiling of 41,000 feet with a 470 knots maximum cruising speed.
The maximum fuel capacity carried by the BBJ MAX 7 is 10,464 US Gal while the maximum take-off weight is 80,286kg. The aircraft has an operating empty weight of 48,230 kg
The Boeing BBJ Max family has three variants, namely Max9, Max8, and Max7 being the smallest. They all offer distinct features to match every customer’s requirement.