The Pemberton Family wants to thank the visionaries at the Boeing company for making this piece of history a reality.

These pictures were taken by Ryan Pemberton May 8 2010 at 2:30 PM West of Mt. Rainer South East of Seattle at 12,000 ft. The outside air temp was -13 degrees.

Photo Subject: 1928 Boeing 40C 5339 Serial number 1043 is the oldest flying Boeing aircraft of any kind and considered the first successful airliner in the US. 5339 was delivered to Pacific Air Transport a division of Boeing Lines to fly CAM 8 in July of 1928. The airplane crashed Oct 2 1928 in southern Oregon when Northbound from Medford to Portland. The airplane was recovered in the 1990's by the Oregon Aviation Historical Society and purchased by Addison Pemberton in 2000. The aircraft was restored over an eight year period and first flown after restoration Feb 2008.

Boeing 40C pilot Addison Pemberton/owner. John Bevan B40 passenger Photo Plane A36 Bonanza flown by Randy Ingraham of Spokane with his wife Julie. Taryn Pemberton provided camera support in the photo plane. Safety/weather scout plane C-185 flown by Jay Pemberton.

Photographer Ryan Pemberton of Spokane using a Cannon D40 / stabilized 200mm lenses with 12 megapixel resolution.

Photo Subject: Boeing 787 Serial number 001 Dreamliner flown by Michael Carriker, Boeing flight test pilot and his crew. Theses image capture the Boeing Legacy contrasting the oldest and the newest aircraft in flight near their Seattle environment.