BBJ MAX 9
BASE PRICE: $ 105,698,000
INTERIOR BUDGET: $ 39M - $ 45M
The 737 MAX is the fourth generation of the original 1960s 737 narrow-body airplanes developed by US-based Aerospace conglomerate Boeing.
The MAX Family was launched in 2011 as a response to Airbus re-engined A320NEO. The combination of the new CFM Engine LEAP56, improved aerodynamics, and advanced scimitar winglets was able to cut the fuel consumption of the new family models by 14% over predecessors. The first MAX 8 test aircraft took to the sky on January 29, 2016, prior to entering service with Indonesia based launch customer Malindo Air in 2017. The MAX 9 entry in service followed in 2018. The MAX 7 will be the last model to enter service.
Boeing Business Jet division propose the BBJ MAX 7, MAX 8 and MAX 9 business variants. As the 737NG derivative BBJ, All MAX models will receive post-production auxiliary fuel tanks installation in Georgetown, Delaware by ALOFT AeroArchitects (formerly PATS Aircraft Systems).
|8 Passengers Range*||6,515 nm|
|Maximum Speed||M 0.82|
|High Speed Cruise||M 0.79|
|Takeoff Distance||8,500 ft|
|Landing Distance||5,500 ft|
|Maximum Cruise Altitude||41,000 ft|
*8 Auxiliary Fuel Tanks
|Maximum Takeoff||194,700 lbs|
|Maximum Landing||163,900 lbs|
|Maximum Zero Fuel||156,500 lbs|
|Basic Operating||117,900 lbs|
|Interior Allowance||21,000 lbs|
|Standard Fuel Capacity||6,853 USG|
|Usable Fuel with Auxiliary Tanks||11,005 USG|
|Maximum Payload||38,600 lbs|
Both MAX 8 and MAX 9 Cabin are similar to their predecessors BBJ II et BBJ III.
Thanks to the enhanced fuel performance of the MAX Family, the auxiliary fuel tanks and associated cargo hold volume reduction is highly improved, allowing for much more cargo volume on similar BBJ mission range.
Typical Floor Plans
The MAX family benefit from an updated flight deck with large 15-Inch Rockwell Collins displays