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February 6, 2010

Photos: Boeing 747-8F Begins Taxi Tests

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Boeing today commenced taxi testing of the new 747-8 Freighter in preparation for her first flight, which is tentatively scheduled to take place this coming Monday, February 8th. NYCAviation photographer Jeremy Lindgren was on hand at Paine Field (PAE) in Everett, Washington to capture the event.

Boeing 501 Heavy Experimental N747EX

Boeing 501 Heavy Experimental, reg N747EX, rolling along at Paine Field. (Photo by Jeremy Lindgren)

Boeing 747-8F

Boeing 747-8F N747EX. (Photo by Jeremy Lindgren)

Boeing 747-8F

Boeing 747-8F N747EX. (Photo by Jeremy Lindgren)

Boeing 747-8F

Boeing 747-8F N747EX. (Photo by Jeremy Lindgren)



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