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Here’s an image of a 787-8 Boeing Dreamliner that’s uncommon to us: devoid of cramped seats, without the travel-weary coach passengers, and with so much leg room.
The plane, called a Boeing Business Jet or BBJ, was delivered to an undisclosed client two years ago. If it looks rather empty, that’s because it was purposely brought to the customer unpainted and without an interior. The client then chose a completion centre to install the jet’s swanky VIP interior.
The 787-8 model has a range of 17,150 kilometres, measures 57 metres long, and has a wingspan of 60 metres.
Want your own empty, customisable Boeing Dreamliner? You’ll have to cough around $225 million!
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