Boeing Business Jets is to offer VIP aircraft based on the 737 MAX family, with the same CFM Leap-1B engines and advanced winglets. The VIP aircraft will become available when the 737 MAX enters airliner service in 2017, at the current rate of six delivery slots a year. First to be offered, the BBJ MAX 8 will have a range of 6,325 nm, more than 14% greater than the similarly sized, 737-800-based BBJ 2. The stretched BBJ MAX 9 will have a range of 6,225 nm.

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