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U.S. airlines will be able to fly the plane after software is updated and pilots receive training.
The new chair of the Snohomish County Airport Commission wants everyone to get acquainted with Paine Field.
Policymakers may inadvertently be directing the flow of capital to unproductive firms.
A Boeing 737-700 struck and killed a brown bear sow, but its cub was uninjured.
Edmonds College and Everett Community College report increases of workers interested in education.
Joshua McCormick, 25, of Edmonds, and Carl Dahlman, 78, of Seattle, both died near Whidbey Airpark.
Deliveries continue to be slow due to rework on 787 Dreamliners following discovery of quality defects.
They told state senators that old allegiances aren’t worth much in these economic hard times.
The two models will leave Everett in coming years. Meanwhile, thousands of more jobs will be eliminated.
The company reports third-quarter results on Wednesday with two key products in deep trouble.
The commercial headquarters could indeed come to Paine Field. But demand for big jets will not rebound quickly.
The company reported quality problems it says were caused by a derelict technician.
Customers can see on American’s website the type of plane for any flight if they know where to click.
The company is considering selling the Commercial Airplanes division offices at Longacres in Renton.
A synthetic sensor to aid pilots when the mechanical angle-of-attack sensors fail is still two years out.
The company has suffered 448 cancellations for the Max and dropped another 602 orders from its backlog.
Tax breaks for Boeing from Washington state were deemed to have unfairly harmed certain Airbus jets.
The new NHL team will practice at Northgate in Seattle, which is closer to Everett than Sea-Tac.
The Mukilteo aviation center has some new exhibits, but there are no plans to resume the factory tour.
Washington leaders are not happy. South Carolina thinks it’s great. Everett’s mayor said it’s a business decision.