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The planes remain banned in the country while other jurisdictions have reauthorized it following crashes.
For now, though, a truce in the Boeing-Airbus dispute goes a long way toward repairing a huge relationship.
Partially blind Japanese native Shinji Maeda came to the U.S. to become an aviator. Then he toured the world.
To attract orders for the plane, Boeing has been offering some customers steep discounts.
Deliveries remain an issue due to problems in factories and increased scrutiny from U.S. regulators.
He, his brother, and the winner of an auction, will be aboard the New Shepard spacecraft on July 20.
The airline says it will have 13 daily departures by fall and 18 by next spring — “possibly earlier.”
Regulators want more information on plans the planemaker proposed for potential Dreamliner faults.
The penalty covers the installation of unapproved sensors on some Boeing 737 NG and 737 Max planes.
More than half of the reported cases involved a dispute over masks.
The Paine Field terminal is expected to offer at least 12 daily flights by October. In 2019, there were 24.
The focus is on the Boeing 737 Max and the 787 Dreamliner.
The company faces extra scrutiny as it works to convince regulators globally that the Max is safe.
So far in 2021, the company has delivered 94 jets and won 84 net new orders.
Hundreds are demanding the ouster of the agency’s administrator, Stephen Dickson, and others.
CEO David Calhoun said defense and space business is providing stability for the company.
The air cargo carrier would need federal approval to establish regular service from Paine Field in Everett.
Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson called the possibility of new cargo flights “really unfortunate.”
David Calhoun, who replaced Dennis Muilenburg, has been CEO since January 2020.
Christopher Sembroski is in training to be part of a three-day SpaceX Dragon flight funded by a billionaire.