Boeing Bbj Max 7

Bbj Max 7 Max 7 Boeing Bbj Max 7

Boeing, Seacons Traders announces order for Boeing Business Jet MAX 7 7 Farnborough, UK, July 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) today announces that Seacons Trading Ltd. has ordered a Boeing MAX 7 business jet. Farnborough International Airshow 2018's announcements demonstrate the continued dynamism for the new BBJ MAX series. "Dudy Purwagandhi, CEO of Seacons Trading Ltd. said, "We are pleased to announce the BBJ MAX 7 order.

"We' re already running a BBJ NG and a 550 and we chose the BBJ Max 7 because it has more space and longer outreach. The BBJ MAX, built on the new 737 MAX aircraft, features 14 per cent more efficient fuels thanks to progressive engine technology and enhanced airflow. "Ihssane Mounir, The Boeing Company's Senior VP of Commercial Sales and Marketing, said: "We are pleased that Seacons trading has picked the best skills from BBJ MAX.

"BBJ MAX Families are perfect for the challenging home jets industry with their capability to achieve greater cruising ranges, higher engine power efficiencies and more cab space." BBJ MAX provides the customer with more reach, convenience and room than any other commercial aircraft in its category. The Boeing Commercial Jets division provides a wide variety of long-haul aircraft with ultra-large cabins, perfect for residential, commercial, charter and state-owned use.

This line of products comprises the BBJ MAX range and high-performance Boeing 787 Dreamliner, 777 and 747-8 models. Boeing Business Jet has shipped 233 aircraft with 259 orders since its inception in 1996.

BBJ Max 7 Cabin Concept Tour Alberto Pinto Design Boeing BBJ

The new BBJ Max 7 Boeing is the smallest of the 737 Max range of jets, but like many smaller brothers and sisters it balances its dimensions in terms of flexibility and graininess. Up to 172 air travelers can be accommodated in the aircraft's interior, which provides ample room for 19 privately owned aircraft and two members of the flight crews.

There is more than 11 ft width and 7 ft high cab, and large additional window openings let in a lot of clean high beam in. Recently Boeing conducted a recent contest to showcase the Max 7 cabin's capability and flexibility, and the winning company was Paris-based Alberto Pinto Interior Designs.

Alberto's father, his sis Linda, who has been with the business for more than 30 years, has run the business since his father's demise in 2012. The Pinto crew, however, is not new to cab interior styling - it began in 2015 with a 747 cab designed for a privately owned jet. Let's take a close look at this award-winning work.

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