Boeing has unveiled plans to offer the BBJ MAX 8 and the BBJ MAX 9, as the plane maker seeks to boost dominance in the large cabin ultra-long-range business jet market. Based on the 737 MAX 8, the BBJ MAX 8 will be the first member of the BBJ MAX family to take advantage of the efficiency of CFM International's new LEAP-1B engines and the Boeing developed Advanced Technology winglet. It will also share the same cabin size with today's BBJ 2, offering customers a 19-foot longer cabin and three times the cargo space of today's BBJ. Boeing also plans to develop the plan for the BBJ MAX 9 based on the 737 MAX 9. Similar performance improvements are anticipated, offering a 6,255 nm range with an even larger cabin than the BBJ MAX 8.