Amid all the 787 roll-out hoopla, perhaps the coolest event went unnoticed. On Saturday night, Boeing had all of the 787 airline representatives at an event at the Museum of Flight. At 7:07 PM, an Omega Air Refueling Services 707 landed in front of the crowd (after taking off from Paine Field in Everrett). At 7:17, an AirTran 717 landed. This continued until 8:17 when an Air France 777-300ER landed. In the end, the 707, 717, 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, and 777 were lined up nose-to-tail on the taxiway. It is the first time Boeing has had every 7-series airplane in the same place (not counting the 787, which couldn't make the flight, of course)
Never gets old watching the air france 777 and delta/song 767's power past me at work. When they power into the gates and after being pushed back, you can see debris getting tossed a couple football fields length behind them.
Also get to watch them take off which is pretty sweet, talk about a top end rush. They start slow slow slow and then they haul ass in a way that F1 cars, turbo busas and your uncle ronnies camaro can't touch.