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Boeing 787 Wing at  Everett 787 Factory Final Assembly Line - 2011

Boeing 787 Wing at Everett 787 Factory Final Assembly Line - 2011

These images were taken on a special press tour of the factory in September 2011 during the Boeing 787 Dreamliner Handover Event to launch customer ANA. Even though it was a Sunday, a crew on the floor was busy attending to the 4 787s on the "pulsing" assembly line. In positions 1-4 respectively were ANA's 16th aircraft, Ethiopian's 2nd, United's 1st, and an almost complete powered up Air India example. We were frankly told that Boeing is currently producing 2 Dreamliner's per month but that…

Air India Boeing 787 at Position 4 at Everett 787 Factory Final Assembly Line - 2011

These images were taken on a special press tour of the factory in September 2011 during the Boeing 787 Dreamliner Handover Event to launch customer ANA. Even though it was a Sunday, a crew on the floor was busy attending to the 4 787s on the "pulsing" assembly line. In positions 1-4 respectively were ANA's 16th aircraft, Ethiopian's 2nd, United's 1st, and an almost complete powered up Air India example. We were frankly told that Boeing is currently producing 2 Dreamliner's per month but that…

Air India Boeing 787 at Position 4 at Everett 787 Factory Final Assembly Line - 2011

American's first Boeing 777-300ER under assembly at Boeing Everett in 2012. Image Courtesy: American Airlines

American's first Boeing under assembly at Boeing Everett in Image Courtesy: American Airlines

Even after over 15 years of production, the Boeing 777 continues to be an incredible success and world-beating aircraft. Indeed, Boeing started work on the 1000th example in November, 2011. Over the last few years, the assembly process at the Everett Factory has undergone massive changes to increase manufacturing output and efficiency. Boeing first started portions of the 777 moving line in 2006, after several years of planning. But progress toward making the entire final assembly line ready…

Even after over 15 years of production, the Boeing 777 continues to be an incredible success and world-beating aircraft. Indeed, Boeing started work on the example in November, Over the last few years, the assembly process at the Everett Factory.

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