Boeing Future of Flight Reopens Everett Factory Tour

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Experience the magic of aerospace engineering and manufacturing as Boeing Future of Flight reopens its popular Everett Factory Tour starting October 5. Tour tickets are now available for purchase at BoeingFutureofFlight.com for adults and children.

Over the past 50 years, the tour has attracted more than 6 million visitors from around the world and is ready to inspire, educate and captivate many more. Since the tour was paused in 2020 due to the pandemic, the company has made enhancements including an updated route and accompanying visual components throughout the experience. “We are thrilled to reopen our factory tour experience to visitors who want to see how Boeing airplanes are assembled and learn about the company’s role as a global leader in aviation,” said Christi Medlyn, Boeing Future of Flight general manager. “With the rebound in travel and tourism, we are pleased to once again share this exclusive look into one of the world’s most interesting factories.”

Boeing tour guides are a diverse group of employees who are knowledgeable and passionate about the company’s role in aviation. The tour experience takes you from the Boeing Future of Flight Museum to the Everett Factory, the largest building in the world, where tens of thousands of employees support airplane production. You’ll see the site’s underground system of factory tunnels and visit an observation balcony with an exclusive, sweeping view of the 777-assembly line.

Open to the public, the Boeing Future of Flight Museum tells Boeing’s 107-year story through interactive and immersive experiences, programs and tours with a mission to educate, connect and inspire adults and children alike. It is one of Washington State’s premier aerospace attractions, showcasing Boeing products, services and a commitment to advancing our world though technologies including sustainable fuels and autonomous aerial systems. Guests at the Boeing Future of Flight can also enjoy its Gallery, Sky Deck and flagship Boeing Store.

The Boeing Everett Factory has been at the forefront of aerospace manufacturing since its groundbreaking in 1966 to produce the 747 “Queen of the Skies.” The factory holds the Guiness World Record as the largest building in the world by volume, spanning 98.3 acres with a footprint of more than 98 million cubic feet. It has played a pivotal role in the production of iconic Boeing aircraft, including the 747, 767, 777, and 787 Dreamliner.

Factory Tour tickets are available for purchase online today at BoeingFutureofFlight.com, in-person at Boeing Future of Flight and through the Call Center 1-800-464-1476. Advance ticket purchase is highly recommended as tours sell out weeks ahead of date.