Boeing (1916 to ..) See all the companies that SFO Museum holds hands with

This map does not depict exactly where Boeing is from but rather its approximate location. Think of it as being more "around here" than say another place in the world.

Tweets about Boeing The @SFOMuseum Twitter account has posted 115 tweets about Boeing. Here are 3 of them, chosen at random.

The #767 was the first two-engine widebody airliner to be produced by #Boeing. A smaller widebody airliner than the 747, the 767 had a capacity between 200 and 300 passengers and the range for most transoceanic routes. #AviationEvolutions This tweet was posted on November 30, 2018.
#OnThisDay in 1959, the inaugural #jetliner flight from SFO to New York departed. Operated by #TWA (Trans World Airlines), this first #Boeing 707 flight officially launched #SFO into the #jetage. Have you ever flown on a Boeing 707? #avgeek This tweet was posted on March 20, 2019.
The #Boeing 747 was 35 feet longer, 10 feet wider inside the cabin than the DC-8 and could carry almost 200 more passengers. #TheMainline This tweet was posted on November 07, 2017.

Aircraft that are manufactured by Boeing Specifically the aircraft that hold hands with SFO Museum

Boeing 100F. It is related to Boeing (the company) .
Boeing 247. It is related to Boeing (the company) .
Boeing 247D. It is related to Boeing (the company) and Boeing 247 (the aircraft) .
Boeing 2707. It is related to Boeing (the company) .
Boeing 307 Stratoliner. It is related to Boeing (the company) .
Boeing 314 American Clipper. It is related to Boeing (the company) .
Boeing 314 Atlantic Clipper. It is related to Boeing (the company) .
Boeing 314 California Clipper. It is related to Boeing (the company) .
Boeing 314 Clipper. It is related to Boeing (the company) .
Boeing 314 Dixie Clipper. It is related to Boeing (the company) .
Boeing 314 Honolulu Clipper. It is related to Boeing (the company) .
Boeing 314 Yankee Clipper. It is related to Boeing (the company) .