Fantastic Friday

It really was a fantastic way to end the week, with two great things happening on the same day. In Renton, the first 737 MAX fuselage arrived at our factory on Friday afternoon.


A beautiful shot by Jim Anderson of the first 737 MAX fuselage arriving in Renton.

And earlier in the day, Korean Air’s first 747-8 Intercontinental took to the skies to perform a flyover at the Boeing Classic golf tournament at Snoqualmie Ridge, Wash.


Crowds look up at the 747-8 during a flyover. Jessica Oyanagi photos.



It’s the perfect way to start the weekend. Hope you enjoyed the photos.

Comments (2)

Norman Garza (Long Beach, CA):

The most exiting part of the 737 MAX assembly will be the joining of the engines to the fuselage. The engines will be the most distinguishing feature of the fourth generation of 737s.

James (Honolulu):

Whatever happened to those 737 fuselages that fell into the river when that train derailed a while ago?

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