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It involves a warning light for the horizontal stabilizer trim system.
To accommodate the schedule, the airline will cut the number of daily departures to Portland to two.
Richard Aboulafia thinks Boeing’s next new airplane should be a single-aisle 737 replacement.
Authorities said 120 people were injured.
The former Tibetan monk’s projects reimagined downtown Everett — and then his incredible story unraveled.
Recology is a recycling center and fully stocked store that sells new and recycled items.
Local companies are baking clean tech into manufacturing processes and products and services of all kinds.
A Bothell firm says its machines can manufacture carbon composites on site and reduce waste.
The electric-current systems of WaterTectonics in Everett remove all sorts of contaminants.
The carrier cited insufficient demand. United will continue to fly from Paine Field to Denver.
The story under the headline should not have been surprising. Flawed, empty promises by politicians are so common that they are hardly news. But the… Continue reading
The “urban village” also would have 90,000 square feet of office and retail space.
Energy Northwest generates the electricity for more than 1.5 million customers in Washington state.
Investigators found the captain’s thumb switch that adjusts the trim had been installed upside down.
The lawsuit alleges contaminated air from the outside off the engines enters the cabin.
A new law would affirm a sales tax agreement the Tulalip Tribes reached with the state and county.
The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration, where it stalled last session.
The software maker posted revenue of $36.9 billion in the October-December period.
The agreement is a path to revenue-sharing compacts with all tribes, but a new law is needed to make it happen.
Some industry-watchers speculate the New Midsize Airplane might not be mid-sized at all. Boeing is mum.