The First Boeing 777 Has Made Its Final Flight – Here’s Where You Can See It Now

Closing a historic chapter in the book of aviation, the world’s very first Boeing 777 made its final flight on September 18, 2018. Flying into Tucson, Arizona all the way from Hong Kong, this Boeing 777 was the same aircraft that took its first flight back in June of 1994. The jet served as a test plane for several years and then officially joined Cathay Pacific’s fleet back in 2000. Keep reading to see where exactly you can now visit this historic plane in the U.S.

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