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Boeing delivered to American Airlines today its first Next-Generation 737-800 featuring the all-new Boeing Sky Interior. It marks a major milestone in American’s commitment to improving and modernizing the customer experience through the execution of its fleet renewal plan.

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Airplanes seats are sent up for installation on board a new Boeing Next-Generation 737 in Boeing's factory in Renton, Wash.

A Boeing employee, who also owned a farm, thought that a hay loader might work for loading seats onto an airplane. With small modifications, he and his colleagues adapt it to the 737 production line. Now, seats are loaded in a continuous stream instead of being lifted three at a time with an electric lift. #innovation

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The first Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental takes in the Seattle sun this morning prior to going on a test flight.

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RC503, the third 747-8 Freighter arrives at Boeing San Antonio for refurbishment after finishing its flight test program.

During its flight test campaign, RC503, performed in extreme conditions like freezing cold in Canada and 90 miles per hour winds in Iceland. RC503 is currently in the livery of the Freighter's launch customer: Cargolux.

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The Boeing Business Jets (BBJ) team toasts the group's 15th anniversary this year at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition.

BBJ was formed as a joint venture with General Electric to develop and a special, high-performance derivative of the 737-700 for corporate and VIP applications. The program has since expanded to include all commercial platforms including the 787 and 747-8 Intercontinental VIP airplanes.

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With an almost-complete Boeing 737 in the background, Washington Governor Christine Gregoire today announced the state will spent $3 million for aerospace worker training.

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The first two Boeing KC-767 advanced aerial refueling tankers for the Italian Air Force formally entered into service today during a public ceremony near Rome. In this photo, the first tanker departs Boeing's tanker modification facility in Wichita, Kan., in January 2010 on its ferry flight to Italy.

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The Boeing Business Jets booth at the 2011 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Geneva #EBACE11

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A 777 Freighter rolls out of the Everett factory. But do you know what's different about this airplane?

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A major piece of a future Boeing airplane is lifted toward the next step in the production process in Boeing's factory in Everett, Wash. It is for an airplane starting with 7 and ends with a 7 but we blocked out the middle number. Do you know which model this is?

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Solaseed Air, the new brand and livery for Skynet Airways of Japan.

According to the airline, the new brand “’Solaseed’ is a play on words. In Japanese, it sounds like ‘So La Si Do’, the part of the music scale that comes after “Do Re Me…”, so it will remind the people of Japan of a catchy and happy refrain, and it’s ‘on the way up’! ‘Seed’ represents new life, vitality, strength and momentum. ‘Sola’ is also the Japanese word for ‘sky’, so we aspire to be the airline that will sow the seeds of happiness and a smile across the sky, as we bring people and places closer together.

The fresh, pistachio green of our logo, and the color highlights and patterns of our interior trim, symbolize youth, energy and growth. They also represent the beautiful natural landscape of Kyushu – the island on which our hometown is located – as well as evoking the unique gardens of Japan.”

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Skynet Asia Airways of Japan today unveiling their new name and livery: Solaseed Air

Headquartered in Miyazaki, Japan, the soon-to-be Solaseed Air currently operates a fleet of ten 737-400s. The airplane model above represents a Boeing 737-800, which will be the airline's first factory-delivered aircraft and first Next-Generation 737.

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A Boeing 737 painted in the new livery of the soon-to-be Solaseed Air. Skynet Asia Airways of Japan announced today it will take to the skies under the name of Solaseed Air starting in July. The airline's fleet will sport the distinctive pistachio green and white insignia.

Headquartered in Miyazaki, Japan, the soon-to-be Solaseed Air currently operates a fleet of ten 737-400s. The airplane pictured above will be the airline's first factory-delivered aircraft and first Next-Generation 737. It will mark the start of the airline’s fleet renewal program.

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Boeing Business Jets today announced the delivery of a BBJ 737-700 IGW (Increased Gross Weight) to Beijing Airlines, a business jet subsidiary of Air China. This is the first BBJ for Beijing Airlines, bringing its fleet to 11 business jets.

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Photo taken this week in the Boeing 767's new final assembly plant in Everett, Wash. The airplane shown is a Boeing 767-300 Freighter.

Its proven combination of light, durable aluminum alloy and composite structure helps make the 767-300 Freighter lighter than competing freighters, so more of its fuel goes to lifting revenue cargo and less to lifting the airplane.

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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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Boeing sales director Michael Maple, left, accepts the "Best OEM Aftermarket Support Award" at the 2011 Airline Purchasing & Maintenance Expo in London.

The award recognizes leadership in ensuring “Safety, Operational Efficiency and Cost Reduction”.

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The first Boeing 747-8 Freighter, RC501, speeds down a California runway in one of the most dramatic airplane certification tests last month.

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An up close look at "Bondi Beach", the 1st Boeing 737 painted in 's new livery.

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A look at Business Class on Virgin Australia's Boeing 737 airplane

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