BBJ 787

BASE PRICE

BBJ 787-8: $ 248,300,000

BBJ 787-9: $ 292,500,000

INTERIOR BUDGET: $ 90M - $ 170M

PASSENGERS

25

CABIN AREA

ft²

2000

RANGE

nm

8000

SPEED

Mach

0.79 0

MTOW

lb

500000

50 PAX

9,945 nm

M 0.90

560,000 lb

Photo : Courtesy Boeing

The 787 is a wide-body aircraft developed by US-based Aerospace conglomerate Boeing.

Launched in 2004, the all-composite fuselage aircraft development suffered from several delays prior to the first flight on December 15, 2009. The 787-8 model entered service in 2011 with Japan launch customer ANA. The 787-9 followed in 2014, entering service with launch customer Air New Zealand.

The 787 introduced a large number of innovations and technologies, starting with the all-composite wing and fuselage structure, bleedless engine installation, replacing the traditional engine extracted pneumatic system with electrically powered compressors, electrical brakes, electronic breakers and more.   

The size, fuel efficiency, and range capability of the 787 revolutionized the air travel industry by promoting more frequency and direct point to point long haul routes highly contributing to the decline of the large Hub to Hub optimized double-deck airliners. 

Boeing Business Jet division proposes both the BBJ 787-8 and the larger 787-9 business variants.

BBJ 787-8

Range 
25 Passengers Range*9,945 nm
Speed 
Maximum SpeedM 0.90
High-Speed CruiseM 0.85
Airfield 
Takeoff Distance8,500 ft
Landing Distance
Altitude 
Maximum Cruise Altitude43,000 ft
Maximum Takeoff502,500 lbs
Maximum Landing380,000 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel355,500 lbs
Basic Operating277,200 lbs
Interior Allowance40,000 lbs
Usable Fuel33,340 USG

BBJ 787-9

Range 
25 Passengers Range*9,485 nm
Speed 
Maximum SpeedM 0.90
High-Speed CruiseM 0.85
Airfield 
Takeoff Distance9,300 ft
Landing Distance
Altitude 
Maximum Cruise Altitude43,000 ft
Maximum Takeoff560,000 lbs
Maximum Landing425,000 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel400,000 lbs
Basic Operating295,000 lbs
Interior Allowance45,000 lbs
Usable Fuel33,380 USG
INTERIOR
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The 787 full composite fuselage allows for higher humidity and lower cabin altitude. The air conditioning system uses electrically compressed air supply in lieu of the traditional engine extracted bleed air highly improving the cabin air quality. 

Typical Floor Plans

Completion Centers

Interior Designers

BBJ 787-8

Cabin Height8 ft
Cabin Width18 ft
Cabin Length138 ft 9 in
Cabin Volume
Floor Area2,415 ft2
Baggage Storage 
External4,400 cu.ft

BBJ 787-9

Cabin Height8 ft
Cabin Width18 ft
Cabin Length156 ft 6 in
Cabin Volume
Floor Area2,775 ft2
Baggage Storage 
External5,400 cu.ft
Flight Deck
Photo : Courtesy Boeing

The 787 features a full fly-by-wire control system similar in architecture to the 777.

The 787 flight deck was the first to use large 15-inch displays in landscape mode complemented by baseline dual Head-Up-Display system and dual Electronic Flight Bags with a large selection of Boeing and 3rd party supplied software

BBJ 787-8

ENGINESDual Source
ManufacturerGeneral Electric
ModelGEnx-1B70
Thrust70,000 lbf
Flat RateISA+15
ManufacturerRolls-Royce
ModelTrent 1000-D
Thrust70,200 lbf
Flat RateISA+20
APU 
ManufacturerPratt & Whitney Canada
ModelAPS5000

BBJ 787-9

ENGINES 
ManufacturerGeneral Electric
ModelGEnx-1B74/75
Thrust74,500 lbf
Flat RateISA+16.7
ManufacturerRolls-Royce
ModelTrent 1000-K
Thrust74,400 lbf
Flat RateISA+18
APU 
ManufacturerPratt & Whitney Canada
ModelAPS5000