PATS Aircraft Systems recently installed its 150th Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) auxiliary fuel system. The Georgetown, Del. facility provided a seven-tank configuration, which adds 3,368 gal. of fuel and extends the potential range of the aircraft to more than 5,900 nm. Since Boeing launched the BBJ in 1996, PATS has supplied the auxiliary system for every single-aisle BBJ model, including BBJ 737-700, BBJ 2 737-800 and BBJ 3 737-900 variants.
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