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The possible requirement of new equipment would significantly complicate the plane’s return to service.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency also says Boeing’s redesign still has “integrity issues.”
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The price cut underscores the company’s efforts to counteract a sales slump of its flagship product.
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But the 100,000 workers will be paid more.
The company will open a new distribution center at the Port of Everett’s Riverside Business Park.
Hiring events will take place Sept. 17 in six locations, including Seattle.
The carrier flies up to 850 flights a day. The 48-hour strike affects as many as 195,000 passengers.
Palouse group preserves the way farming was done before the internal combustion engine.
Brad Smith says the social media giant has failed to thwart thieves, terrorists and scoundrels.
The CEO cited “a significant rental increase” as a factor in shuttering the Town Center location.
The accident happened Thursday during the final test as part of the plane’s certification by the FAA.
Mark Forkner reportedly had suggested to the FAA that MCAS not be included in the pilot manual.
Regulators are examining whether the companies have used their market power to crimp competition.
Administration opens an antitrust investigation against the state.
Target and other national players can more easily squeeze suppliers than smaller retailers.
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