A worker emerges from the autoclave where parts are "baked" at Boeing's massive 777X composite wing center that opened in Everett in 2016. The facility would likely also be used in production of the new 797 aircraft, if Boeing decides to build it in the Puget Sound region.
A worker emerges from the autoclave where parts are "baked" at Boeing's massive 777X composite wing center that opened in Everett in 2016. The facility would likely also be used in production of the new 797 aircraft, if Boeing decides to build it in the Puget Sound region. Ken Lambert Seattle Times file photo
A worker emerges from the autoclave where parts are "baked" at Boeing's massive 777X composite wing center that opened in Everett in 2016. The facility would likely also be used in production of the new 797 aircraft, if Boeing decides to build it in the Puget Sound region. Ken Lambert Seattle Times file photo