Members of a Delta Air Lines 747 flight crew pose for a photo after arriving at the Future of Flight Aviation Center at Paine Field during a stop on the plane’s a farewell tour on Monday. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Members of a Delta Air Lines 747 flight crew pose for a photo after arriving at the Future of Flight Aviation Center at Paine Field during a stop on the plane’s a farewell tour on Monday. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Delta’s farewell tour for the Boeing 747 stops in Everett

It is the last domestic airline to retire the iconic plane. Boeing and Delta employees autographed it.

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