Starting my pilgrimage from The Boeing Everett Factory, located 25 miles north of Seattle. This is the birthplace of Boeing's wide-body jets such as 747s, 767s, 777s, and 787s.

I joined a factory tour which shows inside of the world's largest building by volume, but no photograph is allowed inside the factory. This head of the 777 could be shot from the parking lot.

The Dreamlifter whose proper name is the Boeing 747 Large Cargo Freighter is resting at Paine Field Airport adjacent to the factory. This fatty, operated by Atlas Air, is used exclusively for transporting parts of 787 jets to the Boeing plant from suppliers around the world and often visits Chubu Centrair International.

I found something special in the corner of Paine Field. N7001U. The first 727 ever built. The shorter 727 is my most favorite Boeing and I flew with it only once on a flight of defunct Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano from La Paz, Bolivia to Cusco, Peru.