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It’s a sign the planemaker doesn’t intend to stop showering cash on investors anytime soon.
Boeing will have operational and management control. Embraer keeps consent rights for some decisions.
The airplane builder, which is vague about its plans, will have up to two years to study the site.
A flight as a boy inspired Greg Bell. He’s now made 100 flights to bring in the next generation.
The ribbon-cutting risks being overshadowed by trade tensions.
Images on local media showed considerable damage to the nose of the passenger plane.
Passengers’ reaction was of kindness because everyone on board “was happy to save a life.”
Many in the class are contemplating careers as pilots, air traffic controllers or engineers.
The carrier is furious at Boeing for what he sees as an effort to deflect blame for the Oct. 29 crash.
The law requires federal agencies to consider the effects a project may have on historic properties.
Features that have made flying safer may have the unintended consequence of confusing pilots.
The MAX 737 automated anti-stall system is under scrutiny after a deadly crash in Indonesia.
Black box data show a Boeing 737’s automatic safety system repeatedly pushed the plane’s nose down.
An A330neo would be designed for shorter trips, with lower-thrust engines than the present model.
The carrier is now booking six flights a day from Paine Field. Alaska announced its schedule earlier.
The final decision is expected to be released within a couple of weeks.
The P-51D Mustang had just participated in a flyby when it crashed. The pilot was also killed.
Weeks after he died, his museum unveiled a new hangar to preserve stories of planes, tanks — and people.
His son was one of 189 killed when the 737 MAX 8 airliner dove into the Java Sea on Oct. 29.
Service could start Feb. 11. Alaska Airlines has acquired Southwest Airlines’ gate times.