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A Boeing 777X lands at Boeing Field in Seattle after its first flight on January 25, 2020. The 777X features giant carbon-composite wings, the largest Boeing has ever designed. The wings are so long that to fit at standard airport gates, each has to fold upward on a hinge 11 feet from the tip.

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A Boeing 777X lands at Boeing Field in Seattle after its first flight on January 25, 2020. (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)