Photo: Korean Air Cargo 777F Leaves Boeing Field

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The first high production Boeing 777 was delivered on Feb. 25. The Korean Air freighter, HL8226, had been temporarily stored at Boeing Field for two weeks due to a lack of space at Paine Field caused by the 787 backlog (Click to see photos from Paine Field

Here's a photo of the delivery flight from Boeing Field to Incheon, Korea, courtesy of Joe Walker.


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