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Boeing Factory and Future of Flight Aviation Center Tour from Seattle

Boeing Factory and Future of Flight Aviation Center Tour from Seattle
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$87.99
Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
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Description

The Boeing Factory Tour takes you for an extraordinary behind-the-scenes look at large airliner manufacturing and the amazing face of future commercial aviation. Ride in comfort to Boeing’s massive factory in Everett, by volume the largest building in the world! From high above the Boeing Factory floor, you’ll view the assembly of Boeing’s wide-body airplanes – the 747, 777 and the technologically advanced 787 Dreamliner.

After pickup from your selected hotel in Seattle or SeaTac, you'll be taken to the famous Boeing Factory in Everett. 

On the flight line, see airplanes in various stages of being outfitted and painted for airline customers around the world. You may also see a Dreamlifter on the field, a jumbo 747 cargo plane modified to transport the Dreamliner’s large parts from every corner of the world to Everett for final assembly. In the Future of Flight learning center, you’ll use a touch screen computers to digitally design and test your own airplane.

On this tour you will see: 787 Dreamliner Factory Production, World's largest building, Full sized 777 Jet engine exhibit, Theater presentation of 777, Virtual tour of 787 flight deck, Real 787 composite fuselage, Mock up of 787 Dreamliner interior, Video history of Boeing 707-787, 3 Screen 787 Dreamliner presentation, Future of Flight Aviation Center

At the end of your tour, you’ll be returned to your original pickup location.

The Boeing Factory Tour takes you for an extraordinary behind-the-scenes look at large airliner manufacturing and the amazing face of future commercial aviation. Ride in comfort to Boeing’s massive factory in Everett, by volume the largest building in the world! From high above the Boeing Factory floor, you’ll view the assembly of Boeing’s wide-body airplanes – the 747, 777 and the technologically advanced 787 Dreamliner.