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BBJ TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

The Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) was launched in 1996 as a joint venture between Boeing and General Electric. Designed for corporate and individual use, the BBJ is a high-performance derivative of the 737-700 commercial airplane. The BBJ marries the 737-700 fuselage with the stronger wing and gear of the 737-800 commercial airplane. A second version of the BBJ, called BBJ 2, was launched in 1999. Based on the 737-800 commercial airplane, the BBJ 2 has 25 percent more cabin space and twice the cargo space of the BBJ. Both provide the
highest levels of space, comfort, and utility. BBJ customers are individuals, corporations, governments, armed forces, and heads of state.

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