The Boeing company’s Everett, Washington Factory is where Boeing 747s, 767s 777s and the new 787 Dreamliner are built. Located on the northeast corner of Paine field, it is the largest building in the world.
The factory includes a theater, The Boeing store, a BECU branch. Across the airport, to the northwest, is the Future of Flight Aviating Center and Boeing Tour, which runs factory tours.
The Boeing 747 was the first ever jumbo jet built. The Boeing Everett Factory was designed to assemble the Boeing 747 and is currently the only factory large enough to build one. The 747-8 will also be constructed in the Everett factory.
The Boeing 767 is an airplane family from Boeing. It is designed to accommodate between 200-300 passengers. The Boeing 767-200 is the only 767 out of production.