But while first-time buyers have largely sought entry-level aircraft, some ultra-high-net-worth individuals are upgrading to airliners-turned-private jets.
The remaining compartments are intended for the principal passenger and feature more private living and working areas.
The 737 is the smallest aircraft in the Boeing Business Jet lineup and the brand’s most popular aircraft. Around 200 have been sold in the program’s history.
The main galley is hidden from view and is where flight attendants will craft the meals and drinks for the flight, as well as perform other flight duties.
Buying an aircraft can be a lot like buying a car in that each has its own strengths that owners take into account when choosing between Airbus and Boeing. “If you really want comfort and modernity, you go with Airbus; If you really want range, you go with Boeing,” Andrea Zanetto, chief executive officer of Comlux Aviation, told Insider in Dubai.