The BBJ2 is a large, twin-turbofan-powered, long-range business aircraft based on the successful B737. Its configuration is the same as that of the popular airliner with its swept low wing, twin engines slung beneath the wings, and rather prominent vertical fin. Its retractable tricycle landing gear has dual wheels on each unit. The fuselage, wing, engines, and landing gear are borrowed from the 737-800. The engines are the -7B27 variant of the venerable CFMI56. Boeing Business Jet configurations vary from low-density arrangements optimized for eight passengers to high-density arrangements for approximately sixty passengers. It is expected that a typical arrangement will seat eighteen to twenty-five passengers in a lavish interior that will include lounges and conference areas, sleeping accommodations, and a large lavatory with shower.
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The Boeing BBJ 2 has a range of 5,648 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.