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The company said the problems do not present an immediate safety-of-flight issue.
Boeing clinched a deal at the Dubai Air Show to sell 72 of the jets for some $9 billion.
The company was replacing senior FAA-authorized engineers who took early retirement during the pandemic.
The agreement allows victims’ families to pursue claims in U.S. courts instead of their home country.
Reuters says executives are scrambling to balance a company and federal mandate with the need to retain workers.
How should Everett’s airport handle rebounding demand? A virtual meeting is set for Tuesday to talk about a master plan.
Insurers for several current and former Boeing board members will pay millions to settle the lawsuit.
Insurers for several current and former Boeing board members will pay more than $230 million to settle a lawsuit that… Continue reading
A new career program is teaching WSU Everett and Clemson students about project engineering and marketing.
MagniX of Everett is one of two companies tapped to advance electric propulsion systems to power aircraft.
The FAA said it is in touch with Boeing over the issue and that it doesn’t affect immediate flight safety.
Restarting Dreamliner deliveries that have been halted for months is key to a financial turnaround.
Propeller, which owns the nearby passenger terminal, plans a new complex for private aviation.
Business has been sluggish, but the airline says it will offer 12 flights a day at Paine Field in the new year.
The Boeing Company announced earlier this week that its workers must be vaccinated by Dec. 8.
He’s the first person to be charged with a crime in connection with the Indonesia and Ethiopia crashes.
He’s accused of giving the FAA false information about systems that played a role in two deadly crashes.
“Compliance with these requirements is a condition of employment,” says an internal company presentation.
Boeing last month maintained its steady trickle of sales as it navigates the aviation downturn.
Local pilots are hoping the port can revitalize the airport and restore some of its old services.
Linda Hapgood was once chief engineer for airplane systems on 747 and 767 programs in Everett.