Boeing Factory | Private Transport
This popular tour takes you for an extraordinary behind-the-scenes look at large airliner manufacturing and the amazing face of future commercial aviation. Ride in comfort to Boeing’s massive factory in Everett, by volume the largest building in the world. From high above the factory floor you’ll view the assembly of Boeing’s wide-open body airplanes – the 747, 767, 777 and the technologically advanced 787 Dreamliner.
On the flight line see airlines in various stages of being outfitted and painted for airline customers around the world. You may also see a Dreamlifter on the field, a jumbo 747 cargo plane modified to transport the Dreamliner’s large parts from every corner of the wolrd to Everett for final assembly. In the Future of Flight learning centers you’ll use a touch screen computer to digitally design and test your own airplane. Private tours are best suited for families and groups over 5 people. Private tours are scheduled around your traveling schedule.
The Future of Flight is an ADA-compliant facility. A limited number of wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitors needing assistance can check with the Snohomish County visitor information desk in the lobby. A piece of identification must be left at the visitor information desk for a wheelchair loan. Elevators serve all floors. All restrooms are wheelchair accessible. Strollers are allowed in the Future of Flight Aviation Gallery and all public areas; however, strollers are not allowed on the Boeing Tour.
All tours are conducted in English and last about 90 minutes. The Boeing Company does not permit still photos or video cameras on the tour. Children must be at least 4 feet (122 cm) tall to go on the tour. Visitors may not carry babies on the tour. There is no child-care facility at the Future of Flight & Boeing Tour, and there are no exceptions to these safety regulations. There are no personal items allowed on the tour. These items include: purses, backpacks, cameras, binoculars, cell phones, etc. Lockers are available on-site, for a small fee, at the Future of Flight. The tour may require a one-third-mile walk, 21 steep stairs and an elevator ride. The Boeing Tour can be done by wheelchair and physically challenged visitors with advance notice. Please advise us when making reservations. There are restroom facilities and a café at the Future of Flight, but restrooms are not available during the tour. No food or drink allowed.
Private tours are based on minimum occupancy. $581 or $83 per person, which ever is greater. Child rates do not apply. All prices include tax and courtesy pickup, gratuity is appreciated and graciously accepted.