Comfortable seating

Boeing today unveiled its latest Boeing Business Jet, a new 737-700 with luxury appointments fit for a king.

Among those appointments are Honeywell's Ovation Select digital system, which Boeing said "offers the latest technological advancements to deliver seamless and easy connectivity -- whether passengers are connected via their BlackBerry, using their laptops or iPads or conducting a video conference call...The modular, lightweight and flexible cabin management system provides component command and control, high-quality, crystal-clear surround sound audio and vivid full high-definition video, which is stunning to watch on the 42-inch and 46-inch high definition monitors."

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Lounge

The lounge area in the new Boeing Business Jet offers very comfortable seating, along with plenty of luxury appointments.
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Shower

Every private jet needs creature comforts and what better than a luxurious shower that allows passengers to refresh before disembarking.
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The new plane

A look at the new Boeing Business Jet, a modified 737-700 with -800 wings that allow it to make long flights.
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Entertainment

The new Boeing Business Jet features both 42-inch and 46-inch HD video screens.
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Big beds

The new plane also features a full-size bed, something that could come in handy on long flights between intense meetings.
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Galley

The plane also features a small galley, suitable for chilling champagne after closing a big deal.
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