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Plane producer Boeing opened in 1916 in a previous shipyard on the shores of Lake Union. World War I kickstarted the trade, but the taking after a long time were inclined ones, and Boeing started turning out furniture, phonograph cases, and girdle outlines to balanced the decrease. The rise of commercial flying, World War II, and the fly age would inevitably move the company into the stratosphere. And in spite of the fact that it’s now not is based in Seattle, Boeing still producers a few airplanes, counting the 747, then 767, and the monster 787 Dreamliner, at the company’s Everett plant fair north of Seattle.