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Pictures: Boeing unofficially reveals the first fully completed Boeing 777X

Everett - Boeing was expected to reveal its long-awaited new widebody, the Boeing 777X om March 13 with a special ceremony, but it was canceled due to the MAX 8 crash in Ethiopia. Instead, the manufacturer revealed the aircraft to its employees.

The pictures of the very first Boeing 777X was published on an aviation enthusiast's twitter account. As it can be seen on the pictures, the aircraft painted with the colors of the manufacturer.

The public debut of the aircraft remains unknown.

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Photos: Dj’s Aviation


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