End Of An Era As Boeing Rolls Out Final 747

Credit: Guy Norris/Aviation Week
SEATTLE—Boeing rolled out the last 747 from its Everett assembly site in Washington on Dec. 6, marking the end of the line for the world’s first widebody transport and bringing down the curtain on an unprecedented 55 years of continuous production of the twin-aisle model. Watched mostly in silence...

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