Photo: Korean Air Cargo 777F Leaves Boeing Field


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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