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Polish government receives first of three head of state Boeings
The government of Poland has signed a multi-aircraft deal with Boeing Business Jets to purchase three next generation B737s: two BBJ2s and one 737-800.
Read this story in our December 2017 printed issue.

The government of Poland has signed a multi-aircraft deal with Boeing Business Jets to purchase three next generation B737s: two BBJ2s and one 737-800. The jets will serve as head of state aircraft for the Polish president and top government officials. The first BBJ arrived last month and the remaining deliveries will continue to 2020.

“We have invested in a great and very well-equipped aircraft, which will help to run the country from the air,” says deputy defence minister Bartosz Kownacki.

The BBJ2 is a high performance derivative of the 737-800 commercial aircraft and is capable of flying non-stop from Warsaw to New York with 30 passengers.

“We are proud that the government selected Boeing Business Jets as its head of state aircraft,” says VP of Boeing Business Jets Greg Laxton “Boeing is committed to Poland and we look forward to continuing our long and successful partnership.”

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