BBJ 737-700IGW



Equipped Price

$ 65,500,000

Pax Exec



The Boeing Business Jet - or BBJ - is a long range corporate jet development of the 737-700 and -800. The BBJ combines the Next Generation 737-700's airframe combined with the strengthened wing, fuselage centre section and landing gear of the larger and heavier 737-800, with three to 10 belly auxiliary fuel tanks. It features the Next Generation 737 advanced two crew six LCD screen EFIS avionics flightdeck, equipped with embedded dual GPS, TCAS, enhanced GPWS and Flight Dynamics head-up guidance system. Following their certification in September 2000, winglets became a standard option. On October 11, 1999 Boeing launched the BBJ2, based on the stretched 737-800 airframe, which is 5.84m (19ft 2in) longer than the BBJ, and is offering 25% greater cabin space (and 100% more baggage space), but has slightly reduced range. It is fitted with between three and seven auxiliary belly fuel tanks. The winglets are standard on this version. The first delivery was made on February 28, 2001

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Performance Stats

Noise (db) 85.6/95.1/95.9
Exterior Length (ft) 110.3
Exterior Height (ft) 41.2
Exterior Wingspan (ft) 117.4
Cabin Length Net (ft) 79.2
Cabin Height (ft) 7.1
Cabin Width Max (ft) 11.6
Engines 2 CFMI CFM56-7B27E
Output (lbs) 27,300
Inspection Interval (hours) OC
Max Takeoff Weight (lbs) 171,000
Max Payload (lbs) 28,260
Useful Load (lbs) 73,760
Executive Payload (lbs) 3,800
Available Payload with Max Fuel (lbs) 2,023
Take Off Distance - Sea Level/ISA (ft) 6,085
Take Off Distance - 5000ft /25degs (ft) 10,200
Max Certificated Altitude (ft) 41,000
High Speed - True Airspeed (kts) 470
Max Payload Range - (NM) 3,291
Max Fuel Range - (NM) 6,229
600nm Trip Flight Time NA
600nm Trip Fuel Used
1000nm Trip Flight Time 2+27
1000nm Trip Fuel Used 10,422