What makes the 27th delivery of a Boeing 787 to an airline special? Its employees.
Recently, United took delivery of a 787-9 Dreamliner and invited 200 employees along, to celebrate their dedication and hard work. Team leaders, around the world, were asked to select top performers and they were invited to fly to Seattle, attend a VIP dinner, and take a Dreamliner delivery flight back to home-base in Chicago.
The road to… well… unite United has not been easy and there is still a lot of work ahead. With new leadership, there is renewed hope for bringing everyone together for the purpose of making the airline stronger. From what I saw during the delivery flight, the airline seems to be on the right path. I have become optimistic about their future.
Honeywell recently reached out and let me know that their Boeing 757 would be parked at Paine Field (north of Seattle) overnight. They asked if I’d like to take a tour before it departed back to Phoenix. Um… yes please! The rain partly cleared as I arrived and the first obvious difference between Honeywell’s 757 and […]
UPDATE: 12:15pm PST. Tickets have sold out! You can still join the waiting list however! Today, Aviation Geek Fest Seattle 2016 tickets will go on sale. Make sure you are pre-registered by noon PST today and queue up for your tickets. You can see all the steps, updates, and sign up for our email list below: […]
It has finally arrived (almost)! The first Boeing 727 is scheduled to have its final flight this Wednesday, March 2nd. Of course, this could change (it already did once), but we are super excited.
The 727 final flight basics:
WHAT: Final flight of the first Boeing 727.
WHEN: Wednesday, March 2nd. Take off is scheduled to be 10:30am PST and landing shortly after.
WHERE: Lift off from Paine Field (KPAE) and landing at Boeing Field (KBFI).
WHY: Moving the plane from the Museum of Flight Restoration Center to be displayed at the Museum of Flight. And because it will be freak’n epic!