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Wheels up! Well, almost. 😀
The first landing gear for the #777X
flight test ✈ are on their way thanks to Héroux-Devtek. Check out our Instagram Story for more images and to learn what makes this jet so special.
: On September 30, 1968, the first 747 rolled out of the Everett assembly building before representatives of the 26 airlines that had ordered the airplane. Thank you to our exceptional 747/767 teammates who are continuing the legacy of producing this incredible airplane!
It’s official! U.S. Air Force selects Boeing T-X as the next advanced pilot training system for the USAF mission!
#USAF #NewBoeingTX #TX
What a beauty! The #777X
wing comes together at the #Boeing
factory on #wingwednesday
. A new wing design, fourth-generation composite and folding wingtips ensure the 777X will be 12% more fuel efficient than the competition. Learn more by visiting the link in our bio!
Proud to capture this moment as @copaairlines
unveiled their new 737 MAX 9 with a stunning display in #Panama
. This 737 MAX launches a new era for Copa Airlines and incorporates lie-flat seats in their Business Class 'Dreams'. The MAX 9 will be part of one of the industry's youngest and most advanced fleets connecting Panama to an extensive network of destinations. #Boeing #737MAX #avgeek #aviation #airplane #EraMAX #CopaalMAXimo #copa
Boeing’s MQ-25 is autonomous and agile. We’ve demonstrated our ability to operate within the tight confines of the carrier deck. We’re ready to bring the U.S. Navy its first unmanned aerial refueler.
#MQ25 #Navy #Boeing
The first fully-assembled #777X
static test airplane rolled out of our facility in Everett, Washington overnight. This non-flying airplane now heads off to nearly a year of testing to verify design strength. #Boeing #aviation #airplane #avgeek
We are Ready! The U.S. Navy announced Boeing’s MQ-25 will be the first unmanned aerial refueler on U.S. Navy carrier decks around the world.
#USNavy #BoeingMQ25 #MQ25
in 1968: The very first #Boeing
747-100 was preparing for its big debut to the 🌎. More than 231 feet long with a wingspan of nearly 196 feet, this image shows the airplane after the fuselage was joined and just prior to hanging the engines. #WhyILoveThe747