Norwegian officially took the delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, Registration EI-LNI, in Oslo on Feb. 25.
To mark the arrival, the Scandinavian low-cost carrier has released a time-lapse video of its first 787-9 being built in Seattle via its YouTube account.
In just four minutes a stunning timelapse video, Norwegian reveals the process and massive amount of work that goes into building an aircraft, showing everything from the shell being built to the engines and wings being added.
Workers are then filmed adding the entire inside elements, including seating for 344 passengers, toilets and staff areas, before giving the entire plane a paint job.
Once the carrier’s livery was painted, the plane’s parts, including its landing gear and wing flaps, were tested and it took off on its first test flight.
Check out how Norwegain’s 787-9 Dreamliner was built via the above time-lapse video.
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