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Boeing Future of Flight

Mukilteo, WA, USA
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About Boeing Future of Flight
Boeing Future of Flight is located about 25 miles north of Seattle. We welcome guests to our Gallery, Sky Deck, and Boeing Store. The Boeing Factory Tour is currently closed.
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Martin_Wahogo wrote a review Jan 2021
Nairobi, Kenya184 contributions54 helpful votes
It was exciting learning the boeing history and learning how planes are built. A must visit if you are in Seattle, Washington.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Bruce M wrote a review Oct 2020
Atlanta, Georgia20 contributions18 helpful votes
The selection of planes on display is awesome!! There is something for everyone no matter your interest in planes. I got to see the MiG 21 next to the F4!! This is a must visit for anyone who happens to be in Seattle and the planes are from Military to space to commercial aviation. Wow!!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Leigh R wrote a review Mar 2020
Palisades, New York7 contributions12 helpful votes
My father (a private pilot) and I visited Future of Flight and the Boeing tour on Friday, Feb. 28, on the 2:00 tour with Frankie. She was incredibly knowledgeable and a great ambassador for the brand and Boeing's philosophy. The tour depends on the personality and insight of the guide because otherwise, it would just be a lot of trying to figure out what's happening on the massive factory floor. But Frankie was an ideal interpreter for what we were seeing, what we weren't and what Boeing has planned for the future. I flew home to New York the next day and, as a nervous flyer, I was pleasantly surprised at how knowing more about Boeing and the 737-800 that I was flying helped with some of my nervousness. I recommend this experience for anyone interested in aviation, industry, manufacturing or history. Also, don't hesitate to ask for accomodation if someone in your group can't do stairs. You won't miss a thing.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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splanknon wrote a review Mar 2020
Philadelphia, PA89 contributions61 helpful votes
Our guide, Mike, was very good. He even managed to be warm doing a speech he has given a lot -- encyclopedic! Boeing was doing some evangelism -- they made it clear that they have to keep selling new planes. What an investment! -- and of the tax dollars of many countries, especially those taxes funneled through the Pentagon. I rarely pay attention to giant corporations but we have family history with Boeing, so we got a good eye-opener. It was a good tour, the display area was also very interesting, good videos, informative hour and a half.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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John M wrote a review Feb 2020
Enniskillen, United Kingdom873 contributions412 helpful votes
I visited with my son and it was the main reason for being in this part of America so it really needed to be good. It was - it was excellent. Just go there!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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