Although the Boeing 767 typically seats around 200 passengers, MAXjet has configured its 767-200ER with just 102 premium seats.
During its first full month of services in early 2007, Silverjet carried almost 3,000 passengers. All of its 767-200s are configured with 100 6ft 3in 'almost-flatbed' seats - as seen here.
Eos flies the world's only Boeing 757s outfitted with 48 'suites', each of which houses a 6ft 6in flat bed and provides 21ft2 of personal space, with guaranteed aisle access for every passenger.
PrivatAir's largest aircraft, a 757-200, seats up to 49 passengers. The forward cabin is configured for 17 people with luxuriously appointed seating around dining tables, and the mid- and rear-cabins have 20 and 12 fully reclining seats, respectively.
Two of the four Boeing Business Jets in service with Swiss executive-aircraft operator PrivatAir. The airline is a service provider for KLM, Swiss and Lufthansa.