[Video] Boeing 747-8 in Seattle Seahawks livery draws “12” in the sky

A Boeing 747-8 painted in Seattle Seahawks flew a special flight path over Eastern Washington to salute the team.

On Jan. 30 a Boeing 747-8 Freighter painted in Seattle Seahawks livery took off from Boeing Field and landed at Paine Field in Everett 5:30 hour later.


The wide body, flying as “BOE 12” drew a “12” across Eastern Washington State: a special salute to the NFL franchise that will play against the Denver Broncos during the Super Bowl game at the MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey, this Sunday.

BOE 12 flight plan

Top image courtesy Boeing; screenshot from FlightAware.com


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