Boeing Business Jets Installs Flight Dynamics' Head-Up Guidance System As Standard Equipment
The Boeing Business Jet will be delivered with the latest Rockwell Collins Flight Dynamics Head-up Guidance System, the HGS® 4000, as standard equipment. Shown here on a Boeing 737-800, the HGS 4000 features a lighter, more streamlined combiner and projector giving pilots even better opportunities for head-up viewing.
Boeing Business Jets was launched in 1996 as a joint venture between Boeing and General Electric. Designed for corporate and VIP applications, the BBJ is a high-performance derivative of the Next-Generation 737-700. The BBJ 2, announced in October 1999, is based on the 737-800 and has 25 percent more cabin space and twice the cargo space of the BBJ. Both provide unsurpassed levels of space, comfort and utility and are backed by a global support program with dedicated field service representatives.