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The improving outlook comes amid a travel reopening that’s gathering pace in some key markets.
The earnings hint at a potential turnaround after one of the worst financial crises in the company’s history.
Supply chain issues and an urgent demand from firefighting aircraft have combined to cause problems.
The Amazon founder is the second billionaire in just over a week to ride his own spacecraft.
The airline is one of two commercial carriers at the Everett airport. United flies to Denver.
The problem is on the forward pressure bulkhead, which keeps the plane’s interior pressurized.
It’s funded by the federal American Rescue Plan, a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill enacted in the spring.
The Red-Tailed Hawks Flying Club introduces airplanes to kids who might not otherwise spread their wings.
The nine-passenger aircraft could fly for the first time this year at Arlington Municipal Airport.
The pilots reported engine trouble and were forced to land the Boeing 737 in the water.
The airline’s ambitious upgrade bolsters a push to appeal to travelers willing to pay for pampering.
The agency is concerned that late changes on the 777X could introduce new, inadvertent problems.
The complaint alleges “Boeing chose a cheap and hastily implemented bandaid” for its flight control system.
A 100-year-old Monroe resident came face to fuselage with a World War II Corsair at Paine Field.
Chief Executive Dave Calhoun’s memo provided no explanation for Tim Keating’s sudden departure.
Paine Field will receive $5.4 million. Arlington’s airport and Harvey Field each are getting $59,000.
The Voluntary Safety Reporting Program was spurred by the two fatal crashes on the Boeing 737 Max.
A study explores expanding runways at Paine Field and Arlington Municipal to relieve a coming crunch.
The Max 10 took off near Seattle for an expected two-hour trip.
The planes remain banned in the country while other jurisdictions have reauthorized it following crashes.