Boeing 787-9 with full-body decal will be on display at the "Future of Flight" next week


Everett, Washington - A Boeing 787 Dreamliner with a special livery will be on display next week at the Boeing's Future of Flight Aviation Center in Everett.

Last month, the American aircraft manufacturer revealed a Boeing 787 jet with a special pink and purple design. The full-body decal was recently tested and certified, which will allow airline operators in the future to display new creative designs on their planes without the need to repaint them.

The good part is the decal is cheaper and has the same durability as paint.

The new livery was inspired for an event by the Employees Community Fund (ECF) of Boeing.

The ECF, which was founded by Boeing employees in 1948, has funded around $1 billion to local communities across the United States since then.

The special 787 Dreamliner design celebrates the commitment and generosity of Boeing employees.

The aircraft will be on display at the Boeing's Future of Flight Aviation Center in Everett for the public on Sept. 16-18 and 20-22.



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