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The airport and airlines are reviewing security after last week’s theft of an idle Horizon plane.
Pilot John Sessions was giving rides in a vintage 1930s airliner at the airport in Abbotsford.
The man worked as a ground service agent for Horizon Air for 3½ years. He died in the crash.
Two F-15 pilots attempted to divert the aircraft toward the Pacific Ocean.
There were no passengers on the Horizon Air plane, which was seen doing loops before going down.
Pierce County Sheriff Paul Pastor called it a “joyride gone terribly wrong.”
Unmanned aerial vehicles are prohibited within five miles of any airport, except with FAA permission.
A Boeing program helps get high school students ready for immediate employment in aerospace.
The proposal has been met with skepticism from military leaders and experts who question the wisdom.
The planemaker has about $1.8 billion of 737 inventory sitting on the tarmac at Renton.
Boeing has had a woman at the helm of its defense, space and security business since 2016.
Boeing developed a compact laser weapons system that disabled a drone in about 15 seconds.
Meanwhile, the airline terminal at Paine Field in Everett is expected to be ready in October.
A state grant has enabled the college to offer its two-year maintenance program to more students.
The seven men and two women strode onto the stage to cheers from the crowd.
People are less likely to be trapped by collapsed seats and floors, or exposed to poisonous gases.
An attendent was trying to accommodate a straight couple who wanted to sit together.
The manufacturer is considering recommending more frequent inspections.
NASA trained, Boeing employee Chris Ferguson hopes to make history as a company astronaut.
Scientists don’t know if it’s an underground pool, an aquifer-like body, or just a layer of sludge.