Jet Aviation delivers first VIP-BBJ Max 8

Photo: Jet Aviation.
Photo: Jet Aviation.

Jet Aviation delivers first VIP-BBJ Max 8

Photo: Jet Aviation.
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Jet Aviation recently delivered its first Boeing BBJ MAX 8 Bizliner to an unnamed end customer. 

The company had equipped the single aisle jet powered by two CFM LEAP-1B turbofans in its Completions Center at Euro-Airport Basel-Mühlhausen with an individually designed interior. The customer had the interior of this aircraft designed and constructed in collaboration with the Jet Aviation Design Center.

Jet Aviation technicians and craftsmen then built and installed the interior in the Jet Aviation workshops in Basel. Among other things, woven wooden surfaces were used. The equipment details also include cocoon seats that can be converted into beds and an integrated wine cooler in the lounge area.

“The task was to create a cozy living area where you can relax and enjoy the flight. The living area has a deep, inviting sofa, a dining table with seven seats for social gatherings and a well-equipped, functional kitchen in which you can dine very carefully. Wooden details, soft fabrics and indirect lighting complete this homely and relaxing atmosphere, ”says Grischa Schmidt, Senior Director Design in the Jet Aviation design studio.

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