The rollout ceremony for the first Boeing 747 at the Everett factory. (Boeing Co.)

The rollout ceremony for the first Boeing 747 at the Everett factory. (Boeing Co.)

50 years ago, they rolled it out: the first Boeing 747

On Sept. 30, 1968, there were audible gasps as the world’s first jumbo jet was revealed at Paine Field.

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