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Flying Heritage Museum ‘returning soon’ under new owner
Bought by a Walmart heir, the vintage aircraft and military museum offered a cryptic tease this week.
Paine Field hopes to extend a $4.50 airport passenger fee
Standard at most airports, the fee would help fund ramp repairs at the Snohomish County airport.
Final draft of Paine Field Master Plan ready to view
Officials will host an overview of the plan — with proposals for more gates and more parking spots — on March 15.
Shortage of skilled airplane workers slows aerospace recovery
Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance conference concluded in Lynnwood with Boeing absent again.
Judge rejects bid to nullify Boeing deal over Max crashes
District Judge Reed O’Connor in Fort Worth said federal law doesn’t give courts the power to oversee agreements that prosecutors make with defendants.
Boeing plans to cut about 2,000 finance and HR jobs in 2023
Boeing plans to outsource about a third of the eliminated positions to Tata Consulting Services in Bengaluru, India.
‘Still jaw-dropping’: Last Boeing 747 takes the stage in Everett
Thousands, including actor John Travolta, gathered at Boeing’s Everett factory to bid goodbye to the “Queen of the Skies.”
With 747 out, Boeing to open new 737 Max line at Everett’s Paine Field
Since the last 747 rolled out of the factory, speculation has been rife that Boeing might move some 737 Max production to Everett.
US board says Boeing Max likely hit a bird before 2019 crash
U.S. accident investigators disagree with Ethiopian authorities over the cause of a 2019 Boeing 737 Max crash.
Boeing workers long-exposed to carcinogen far above legal limits
The company confirmed in depositions that parts of its Everett plant still don’t meet 2010 standards.
Agency ruling: Plane crashed on test flight near Snohomish
The National Transportation Safety Board released its preliminary report Saturday on the Nov. 18 crash that killed four people.
Boeing knew of ‘elevated’ miscarriage rate in ’80s, but followup fizzled
Company doctors found it “difficult” to link chemicals to worker ailments. A thorough study would’ve been “inviting liability,” an attorney said.
For embattled Boeing doctor’s family, a ‘posthumous vindication’
Barry Dunphy warned Boeing about its toxic chemicals. The company’s reaction changed his demeanor, but not his values, his children say.
Final 747 rollout signals end of an era for Boeing, Everett
After a 55-year run, the last of the “Queen of the Skies” emerged from the Everett assembly plant Tuesday evening.
Boeing’s last 747 to roll off the Everett assembly line
The Queen of the Skies was dethroned by smaller, more fuel-efficient jets. The last 747s were built for a cargo carrier.
Crew of 4 identified in deadly Snohomish plane crash
The Cessna 208B crashed into a field near U.S. 2. on Friday. A detached wing was found about 200 yards from the fuselage.
What comes next in investigation of deadly Snohomish plane crash?
A preliminary report is expected in two to three weeks. The final investigation could take up to two years.
Crew was collecting ‘baseline’ data when airplane crashed
Raisbeck Engineering, a Tukwila-based company that specializes in airplane modifications, was leasing the plane.
Two more deaths confirmed in plane crash east of Snohomish
On Saturday, local authorities determined the plane had four — not two — passengers. Few other details were available.
2 killed in plane crash east of Snohomish
Public flight data suggested the plane was a Cessna 208B Caravan departing from Renton. The plane had flown many times this week.