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A section of a new Boeing airplane is moved into place via an overhead crane inside Boeing's final assembly factory.
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Yep 767-300F. I was wrong. Bummer way to end the week.
OK tail cone 777-F
Can't be 777, cross-section is not circular. It's a 767F :)
I bet that's a 777 nose. Thanks.
Hint: This airplane can carry 59 tons of revenue cargo & fly 3,225 nautical miles #FF (Friday in Factory) #avgeek
WOW thats a hard one. I am going to say nose cone but on what I am not sure, how about a front photo, come on give us a clue. If it goes to the aircraft in the view it will be a freighter.
747-8 tailcone... you would not have an access door in the nosecone, would you? Access door to the APU?
FedEx 777 Freighter?
777 nose cone
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