Why do Boeing Aircraft Start & End with a 7?
- Published on Sep 21, 2018
- Why do Boeing Aircraft Start & End with the number 7? In today's video, I explore the answer to this question. We head back before the Second World War, discuss how the War impacted Boeing and what led to the 700 series of aircraft. I also discuss what's next for Boeing in regards to the naming of their aircraft.
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