Haute Jet of the Week: Boeing Business Jet Max 8

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The world is your oyster and money to spend? Then the Boeing Business Jet might just be what you have been looking for!

Based on the Boeing 737, the Business Jet Max 8 offers ample room, and that is exactly why most companies and individuals prefer it over a Gulfstream G650 or Bombardier Global Express. Even in a world that is more connected than ever, your physical presence is required and can take you all over the world. With the generous space as offered by the Business Jet Max 8, it allows you to create an office or home, even a combination of the two, in the sky.

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While capable of offering luxurious seating arrangements for 50 people, the majority of the clients actually opt to accommodate less. They take advantage of the space and implement board rooms, dining rooms, bathrooms with showers, or a master suite to get some much-needed rest.

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As if that is not enough does Boeing also offer a special panoramic window as an option. Developed together with GKN Aerospace’s Fokker business, it measures 4.5 feet by 1.5 foot, allowing a generous amount of natural light to enter the cabin, while at the same time offer spectacular views. It also further enhances the way clients can personalize their Business Jet Max 8.

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The BBJ Max 8 is fitted with the new CFM LEAP-1B engines, which improve fuel efficiency and extend range. This range is 6.555 nautical miles, yet for those who find a private jet based on the Boeing 737, a bit confining can rest assure: Boeing’s Business Jet division also offers VIP versions of the 747, 777 as well as the 787. But what they all offer is a way to even call the air above the clouds your home or office. Who said that the sky was the limit?

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