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February 13, 2011

First Photo: Boeing 747-8I Makes its Public Debut

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Boeing 747-8I public rollout.

Boeing’s newest passenger jet, the 747-8 Intercontinental (747-8I for short), was displayed to the public for the first time at a ceremony at the plane builder’s Everett, Wash. factory on Sunday morning.

The jumbo jet wore a brand new Boeing paint scheme created specially for the new plane. (Check out our photos of the 747-8 under construction)

Stay tuned for full gallery coming soon!

Boeing 747-8I public rollout

Boeing 747-8I public rollout

Boeing 747-8I public rollout

(Photo courtesy of Boeing)

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  • Anonymous

    This was a very cool show!

  • Wow! She is so gorgeous!!! She is so beautiful newest 747-8I. I can’t wait see her into the skies for first-time ever!! Congratuations to Boeing.

  • congrats boeing