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Meet the Revamped Boeing Future of Flight Gallery

What does Boeing do?

The broad and multifaceted aerospace company does a lot, and they’re always innovating. They push the boundaries of technology on air, land, and space.

The ongoing journey of aerospace-driven innovation is mapped out for visitors at the new Gallery at Boeing Future of Flight. The interpretive facility is located inside a 28,000-square-foot building on Paine Field in Everett, Washington. The hangar-like structure encompasses aircraft, spacecraft, and educational activities.

The Boeing Future of Flight showcases new and emerging Boeing properties and technology. Take a kiosk-led self-guided tour. Or visit the arcade to design a customizable airplane and fly it in a simulator, or zap space junk with lasers.

Kiosks showcase Boeing's cutting-edge technology

Learn to pilot EMAX Tiny Hawk drones inside mesh cages (hint: they’re kind of like an RC car that flies). These resilient, lightweight drones are a good choice for adventurous beginners.

The Gallery hosts STEM education activities on the weekends and daily in summer. Robotics docents teach children how to program and code OZOBOTs.

The new gallery highlights over 150 products and services.

Afterward take the Boeing Factory Tour: it will take you through the largest building in the world, by volume. Visit the official Boeing gift shop, get a coffee at the cafe, and watch airplanes land at Paine Field from the Sky Deck.

You will be surprised by how your imagination can take flight in the Aviation District.


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