The Official Boeing Family Photo [Pic]

Submitted by: SirStealAlot 6 years ago in

From right to left, 707, 717, 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, 777, for the first time ever in the same place.
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@Rncotton

They have a concorde on display at the museum of flight which is on site at boeing field.
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Male 67
I think that this shot was taken at Boeing field in Washington. If you check out their website, you`ll probably find it. I`ve flown over it a few times, and I think it`s runway was a 31, but I`m not completely sure.
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Male 417
I see the Concorde in the background. I`d love to know the source of this pic.
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Male 56
@mr c bowler: it is a 737-752 it is smaller than the 727, but has winglets
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Male 299
the plane you called a 737 is not a 737, its too small to be a 737. the body should be fatter than the 727. my source; i fix them
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Male 537
Why the hell doesn`t IAB share the source link? I know there has to be a better quality one out there... anyone have it?
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Female 386
They are in line for take-off something must have happened lol
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Female 192
I thought the same thing. The only thing I can think of is that they went with the plane in the front of the line.

@basherrr`s "Right to left? What crazy kind of world is the poster from?"
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Male 1,834
nice
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Male 1,222
Plane centipede? anyone?
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Male 242
Right to left? What crazy kind of world is the poster from?
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Male 838
First time ever? You mean, apart from the Boeing plant, huh? lol
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Male 928
It must have been kind of pain to set this up.
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Male 25,416
Thats actually a very cool photo
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Male 5,194
Notice how none of the engines just suddenly explode like they do on an Airbus.

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Male 2,056
is this their home? or just their away-house?
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Male 15,510
Move away, the Airbus is here
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Male 554
Swerdfeger, its the biggest one actually, don`t forget its listed from RIGHT TO LEFT
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Male 2,553
>IRockYeah
AIRPLANES.
That`s what the rest of us call them.
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Male 65
That tiny little thing is a 747? Really?
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Male 1,054
"AEROPLANES.
We call them Aeroplanes"

So?
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Male 408
jets
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Male 2,619
AEROPLANES.
We call them Aeroplanes
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Female 1,181
OMG!!!!! PLANES!!!! TOO COOL!!!!!!

sorry, i meant lame.
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Male 4,014
I like airplanes, they are cool.
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Male 3,915
someone likes 7`s...
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Male 1,744
i don`t really see what`s so impressive about this, it`s just airplanes, been around for a while now; we get crammed in like sardines next to stinky fatties and flown to not-so-far-off-or-exotic destinations to present a powerpoint for an hour and then repeat the process to come back. Yaaaaaaay the wonders of flight.
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Male 2,159
It would`ve been better to order them by size, but that is a pretty cool picture.
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Male 1,240
@durdikkimeng: how do you even know this is a recent photo? the most recent plane is the 717, and that`s from 1997.
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Male 5
@Inter237

I agree. My grandfather used to help build B52`s in the early 60`s, and they STILL use them because they`re such a great plane.
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Male 6,694
i could use a plane.
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Male 15,832
If they follow the pattern, the 787 is going to be HUGE!
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Male 2,441
That would be a lot more impressive to see up close. The size of those are just ridiculous. I`ve seen most at air shows. Still the most impressive to me is B-52; the ageless jet.
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Male 769
I`m with greggpethers... whilst I appreciate they might be in numerical order, the little tic in my eye would calm down if they were in size order for the photo...

Anyone *tic* good at *tic* photoshop?!
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Male 37,774
YES @greggpethers, it`s just you and your possible OCD, lolz!
The 747 is the best aircraft ever built. Ever! The B-52 is second :)
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Male 1,627
crakjak got it!
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Male 3,322
Here is the Concord on Google Maps.
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Male 1,929
Wow, quite a good troll by durdikkimeng if he was going for it.
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Male 1,929
durdikkimeng: therefore it is impossible for concordes to exist on tarmac without exploding or something?
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Male 17,512
This is an airplane museum, Of course they are going to have `old planes`, Geesh.
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Male 1
This is Boeing Field in Seattle, south of downtown. The building directly above the planes is the Museum of Flight, which is why there is a Concorde nearby.
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Male 182
Well you are going on the assumption that this photo was taken at an airport.

Perhaps this could some sort of aerospace museum.
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Male 1,108
@durdikkimeng Concordes don`t fly anymore, but they haven`t all been destroyed or anything. This was taken at Boeing field, which is right next to the museum of flight, and they have a Concorde on display.
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Male 633
Well concord is still around. They just don`t fly anymore. They have to store them somewhere. Like over there.
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Male 755
Well,I dont know much about planes but if some of these are recent models then I say shopped.
Look in the top right quarter. Thats a concord and they haven`t been around for a while now.
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Female 3,001
@greggpethers
i thought the same, but its still pretty awesome :)
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Male 1,108
That`s awesome. And i also see a Concorde in the background.
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Male 271
cool. good post.

surprised the numbers arent like... in order of size.

maybe thats just me.
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Male 1,240
No 787 dreamliner? Booooo!
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Male 117
Link: The Official Boeing Family Photo [Pic] [Rate Link] - From right to left, 707, 717, 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, 777, for the first time ever in the same place.
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