A Boeing 757 takes off from Los Angeles International Airport. Boeing is considering the launch of a new model, informally known as the 797, to effectively replace the 757, which is no longer in production. (BriYYZ via Wikimedia Commons)

A Boeing 757 takes off from Los Angeles International Airport. Boeing is considering the launch of a new model, informally known as the 797, to effectively replace the 757, which is no longer in production. (BriYYZ via Wikimedia Commons)

Snohomish County’s campaign to land the 797 takes off

Executive Dave Somers announced the formation of a task force to urge Boeing to build the plane here.

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