Have you ever thought about Boeing collecting the huge 747 jets and other commercial aircraft that fly from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and other worlds and every day around the world? The future of the flight tour in Washington at Everett gives visitors the opportunity to learn how commercial jets are assembled step by step. The Flight Flight Center and the Future of the Boeing Tour are the only place in North America where a commercial jet factory is publicly available, where children and adults have a unique opportunity to learn how to operate the Boeing jet. .
The tour begins with a 28,000 square meter Aviation Center Gallery. The Gallery includes an airplane design zone where interactive touch-screen computers can bring commercial jet design to life. Children can even print the last aircraft sketch to get home. Teachers in the design process are familiar with all the technical details of building and flying jet aircraft.
The Passenger Experience Zone offers visits to the surprise of the new 787 Dreamliner flight entertainment system. The modern new jet includes a flat-screen HDTV in the cabins and TVs behind each chair. After moving on to the new beacon, Boeing will send you to the Research Experience Lab to ask for your opinion as a potential traveler.
For curious science-minded visitors, it offers the Flight Tour Future Flight Systems Zone. The area of flight systems satisfies the curiosity of wondering, "How did this machine get so high?" in flight. The tour includes the complexity of avionics, navigation and hydraulics. Children who start digging on airplane flying wings to learn the level of air compression may fall into a flight play area. Children's zone is full of children like toddlers.
Jet engine technology has changed drastically since the initial introduction of commercial aircraft. The future of the flight tour and its propulsion zone are still presenting video animations and real-time examples of parts and engines for commercial jets. The most up-to-date exhibition presents the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 jet, launched in December 2009. Currently operating in Boeing 787s, Trent 1000 is the quietest, cleanest and most fuel efficient aircraft.
The future of Flight Tour is aligned with its name when it launches a visitor to the future of air and jet engine technology. In the future, we will focus on sustainable, environmentally friendly jet engines using alternative fuels. According to Boeing, the future of renewable jet fuel cannot be far.