Boeing has sold an ultra-luxurious VIP Boeing 777X to an undisclosed customer.
The 777X is due to be certified late next year for airline service.
The video below showcases the 777X VIP interior designed by Jet Aviation Design Studio and visualised by ACA.
Its modernity meets classical elegance, including features like transparent OLED screens in front of the window panels, illuminated table inlays and flexible mood lighting.
Boeing launched the VIP 777X in December 2018 and it can fly its owner halfway around the world in the ultimate luxury and connect virtually any two cities.
The BBJ 777-8 version of the plane will have an astonishing range of 11,645 nautical miles (21, 570km) while the bigger BBJ 777-9 will still offer an ultra-long-range 11,000nm (20,730km).
This means they will fly farther than any business jet.
The long-legged BBJ 777-8 offers a spacious 3,256 sq. ft. (302.5 sq m) cabin while this increases to 3,689 sq. ft. (342.7 sq m) on the 777-9 model.
To demonstrate the versatility of the aeroplane’s spacious cabin, Boeing has unveiled interior concepts from three leading design firms: Greenpoint Technologies, Jet Aviation, and Unique Aircraft Design.
Each concept shows how the BBJ 777X can be transformed to suit the tastes of any VIP customer.
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