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The major Everett road, sidewalk and utilities project started in July and won’t end until spring.
“Boeing continues to pursue a return-to-service schedule that is not realistic,” the FAA says.
The Dallas carrier has been among the hardest hit by the grounding of the Max.
One type of worker who will be protected: a manager making $40,000 a year but working 60 hours a week.
Yet the regulator did not ground the plane until a second deadly crash five months later.
Boeing removed some lightning protections, which the FAA resisted, then approved — then questioned again.
The company can’t build yet. Next, it must submit a construction plan and apply for building permits.
The regulator has been criticized for delegating oversight of Boeing planes to the company itself.
The senior manager said a push to increase production of the plane created a “factory in chaos.”
The agreement doesn’t include requirements for affordable housing, drawing the ire of some residents.
Net orders for all Boeing models in 2019 rose to negative 84. Airbus logged 718 net orders in 2019.
In 2018, the Navy disclosed trace amounts of toxic chemicals from firefighting foam.
The ruling has halted use of a flight path that left some residents sleepless and at their wits’ end.
Some expect Airbus’s shares to continue to benefit from the confusion in 2020.
Last time, there was no vote on the proposed wholesale store. Now the council has another chance.
Owner William Dexter said he’s lost about $65,000 of business since the city halted construction.
Criminals who used to blanket thousands of computer users have refined their methods.
Even consumers who shop through a major retailer can fall victim
The online retail giant received no tax incentives for its new 335,000-square-foot Manhattan complex.
One flight out of Paine Field in Everett discovered a 4.5-ton discrepancy in weight after take-off.