The first Boeing 777 goes to museum
Written by JT on June 20, 2018
Hong Kong – The first Boeing “Triple Seven” WA001 goes to the museum after 24 years of service. The aircraft built in 1994 belonged to the passenger fleet of Cathay Pacific since 2000.
The airline donated this first prototype (N7771) to the Museum of Flight in Seattle, where it would be displayed as part of the aviation history with the first Boeing 737, the first 747 and the first Concorde.
On April 9, 1994, the first 777, line number WA001, was rolled out in a series of ceremonies. The first flight was carried out on June 12, 1994.