The Private Jets Worth Investing

Boeing BBJ MAX 7

Every superyacht owner knows that when it comes to reaching far flung destinations to meet your yacht there's no better way to do it than in a private jet. Of course, there are a number of ways to fly by private jet but to experience the real deal there's nothing like having your own. Click through to see our edit of the best private jets you won't regret investing in...

Boeing BBJ Max 7

Anyone considering “going large” on a private jet will probably have contemplated the Max 7 from Boeing Business Jets (BBJ), the more economical and eco-friendly version of the original. First deliveries are slated for early 2019, with a further 20 orders on file for the ultra long-range, narrow bodied aircraft. The impressive size of the Max 7 enables it to be configured in a variety of ways – the 2.7 metre model by design firm Alberto Pinto included a six-seat dining table, a master bedroom with queen-sized bed, nightstands and dressing table, and a two-person shower with teak floorboards. There are also five- and seven-seat lounges. Interest in private aircraft like the Max 7, which has Dubai to New York range, has increased hugely in recent years, particularly from Far Eastern buyers.