Boeing BBJ 777X: Non-stop flights to any part of the world is now possible, including those from Singapore to Latin America

Boeing BBJ 777X

At 13,400 miles, the Boeing BBJ 777X will have the longest range of any business jet and plenty of cabin space to boot

BBJ 777X Interior Concept by Jet Aviation

This #BoeingBusinessJets 777X interior concept by Jet Aviation embraces both modern and classical design elements to create a residence in the sky, fitting for any VIP customer.Tilt your phone or click around to tour this original interior concept of the brand new BBJ #777X for yourself! #MEBAAShow2018

Posted by The Boeing Company on Tuesday, 11 December 2018

All travellers share one goal – to reach their destination as quickly as possible without wasting any time and in the highest level of comfort possible. The Boeing BBJ 777X, introduced in December 2018 at the Middle East Business Aviation Association trade show in Dubai makes that dream a reality, as it will be the first business jet that can fly from anywhere on Earth to your destination of choice without stopping. Those long legs can be traveled in comfort, with a spacious cabin – nearly 8 feet tall and 20 feet wide – that provides plenty of room to work, socialise and relax.

The jet will be available in two models, the Boeing BBJ 777-8 and the Boeing BBJ 777-9, each selling for about $400 million (S$543.44 million). The Boeing BBJ 777-8 offers the longest range at 13,400 miles, plus a spacious 3,256-square-foot cabin. The Boeing BBJ 777-9 has an even bigger cabin, at 3,689 square feet, and still offers the globe-hopping range of 12,660 miles. The jets are sold with unfinished interiors, which can add $100 million (S$135.87 million) or more once all the cabin amenities are included.

At the show in Dubai, Boeing executives unveiled three cabin concepts created by leading design shops: Greenpoint Technologies, Jet Aviation, and Unique Aircraft Design. Each concept takes a different approach to the space. Greenpoint’s relaxed grey, black, and white palette creates a sense of spaciousness and simplicity. Jet Aviation brings a white background into high relief with accents of deep brown and gold, plus a three-part private suite that includes a bedroom, spacious bath and a private sitting room. Unique Aircraft’s design combines silver and gold hues to create a luxurious ambience, with an open lounge, a dining room, an office-cum-conference space as well as a master suite. Unique Aircraft also includes a passenger cabin with space for up to 36 to fly in first-class and business-class comfort.

The first Boeing BBJ 777-9 is expected to be delivered in 2020, with the Boeing BBJ 777-8 following soon after.