The Museum of Flight is pleased to have received in its collection the experimental Boeing 787 ZA003 aircraft. This plane flew approximatively 900 hours and was first used as test plane before becoming the face of Boeing during their Dream Tour all around the world.
It was delivered to the Museum on November 8th and now on permanent display for our visitors.
With this addition, Airpark has a need for additional volunteers. Airpark Hosts will rotate among Air Force One, Concorde, Space Shuttle Trainer and our newest exhibit, the Boeing 787.. While the Airpark is divided into 2 sections, volunteers will work one week with the 787 and the other week at Airpark. Hosts provide customer service such as answering questions about these exhibits, taking count of visitors going inside, monitoring traffic flow and keep the artifacts protected from damage. It is a great opportunity to meet people from all over the world and to support four of the Museum’s most popular artifacts.
Hosts must be able to handle stairs, a variety of weather. The minimum age is 15. Two shifts are available for Airpark - 10:00 to 1:30 and 1:30 to 5:00. Hours for the 787-3 are 11:30 to 3:30.
To apply, please call Carol Thomson at 206.768.7179 or contact her online.