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After years of planning and litigation, airlines can begin service at Everett’s new terminal.
It would be under Air Force control in a fashion similar to how the Marines are under the Navy.
The council aims to position Washington as the preferred location for Boeing next airplane.
A yearlong investigation discovered frequent mistakes that could lead to wrong takeoff weights.
The legal fight between a corporate hangar and the Historic Flight Foundation led to soaring costs.
Researchers found the activity of some of his genes changed compared to his Earth-bound identical twin.
The company’s consideration of an all-new airplane was all the buzz at an aerospace conference this week.
To detractors, the A380 smacked of hubris, a vanity project in an uncertain market for a plane so huge.
The European plane maker has pulled the plug just 12 years after the double-deck plane entered service.
With eyes on the future, Boeing’s commemoration of an iconic but fading jumbo jet will be low-key.
The Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance annual event is next week in Lynnwood.
United Airlines hope to lure high-paying flyers with more legroom, airport lounges and other perks.
The 12-passenger AS2 will be designed to fly over ocean routes at speeds up 1,000 miles per hour.
“For 10 years I’ve been promising myself I would be on that first flight,” says a reservation holder.
Many of the Machinists union will get an extra hefty bonus after working a lot of overtime in 2018.
Manufacturing work on the new 777X in Everett will accelerate as that plane enters flight testing.
The company says routine “process monitoring” did what it’s supposed to — identify problems.
Reopening the FAA Academy in Oklahoma City, where new controllers are trained, will come gradually.
The company easily beat Wall Street’s profit and sales expectations for the fourth quarter.
CEO Dennis Muilenburg is confident that new digital tools can save time and money during assembly.