Boeing Luxury falls in sales

The Boeing executive aircraft has fallen drastically in sales due to the slow movement of the world economy, as reported by the company at the fair that is being held these days in Geneva . Boeing sold eight new planes, all of them luxury, in the past year. But of those eight aircraft, the sales of 4 aircraft have finally been canceled, so that the final result has been only 4 aircraft sold.

This is an 87 percent drop, as Boeing has been able to sell a total of 33 aircraft per year in previous years. The planes are called BBJ S , and the model is based on the Boeing 737. With the idea of ​​attracting new buyers and thus recovering economically, Boeing has presented 1 new model: Boeing Business Jet.

This new model has dual functionality: in addition to being a luxury aircraft, it can be converted into a cargo plane in a few hours. The new BBJ C is so spacious that for transport it can include up to 8 berths. These bunk beds are in the area that can later be converted into a luxurious living room, if what you have to do is a luxury trip.

The BBJ C is based on a 737 . To change the load to luxury, only about 8 hours are necessary. You can make trips with 50 passengers and their respective luggage of up to 10,770 km without refueling. If the trip is cargo, you can make trips of up to 9,170 km carrying weight of up to 9,000 kg.