A lot of excitement and a little mystery

Our 747-8 team is putting the finishing touches on what promises to be a huge event this weekend as we unveil the new Intercontinental. You can watch it all from the comfort of home by logging on to our live webcast from Everett starting at 11 a.m. (Pacific) this Sunday, February 13.

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Our special website celebrating the big event.

You can find the webcast and much more on our special 747-8 Intercontinental website. We’re updating the content frequently leading up to the premiere and you can even leave your memories of traveling on or seeing a 747.

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Inside the 747-8 Intercontinental.

We’ve already shown you images of what the interior will look like. But there’s a lot of buzz and mystery surrounding the exterior for this event. Everyone is wondering what kind of Boeing livery the plane will be sporting on Sunday. I won’t spoil the surprise so be sure to log on to the webcast to find out. I’ll be there and will bring you a behind the scenes wrap up early next week.

Comments (2)

TC (Mt. Vernon, WA):

If it is not too late to get some RATO pods for the unveiling of the 8i, why roll it out when it could be airborne past the door? As in, zero length launch F100 super sabre, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDstVGAmI74. That would seriously up the ante on Airbus. Although with the rocket smoke, it might be hard to see the paint job or anything at all.

Norman (Long Beach, California, United States):

I look forward to seeing the 747-8 Intercontinental rollout live, it should be a spectacular event to see as the construction of the 747-8 intercontinental has been mostly kept mostly out of sight.

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