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Regulators need to balance the overall benefits of drones, the advisers say.
Only 128 people are qualified to fly airships in the U.S. About 17 are paid to do it full time.
The state’s aerospace competitiveness study overlooks two key unknowns: labor relations and politics.
The Bingen, Washington-based company will help outfit patrol vessels with unmanned aircraft systems.
The E-4B built by Boeing can act as a command center for war operations during a nuclear attack.
Taken were 614 gigabytes of material relating to a closely held project known as Sea Dragon.
The industry faces a growing shortage of qualified fliers.
Unsurprisingly, a new study says the state is the best in the U.S. for aerospace manufacturing.
The Air Force weighed the high cost of the new refrigerators against progress on replacement planes.
It plans to end direct government funding of the outpost by 2025.
“We’ve done a preliminary analysis and we don’t see it having a material effect on our financials.”
Power could not be restored in time for the Alaska flight’s scheduled 12:40 a.m. landing.
The Everett terminal is unusual in that it’s privately built and managed — a rarity in the U.S.
Stored at Paine Field in Everett for 26 years, it now has a permanent home at the Museum of Flight.
Mirrors will increase the amount of light the system can capture by about by 50 times.
In a surprise move, the agency has reopened an environmental study because more flights are planned.
The aerospace giant campaigned against the organizers, losing a request to delay the election.
The number of parked Dreamliners is expected to peak at about 50 from the current level of 35.
A man broke open the emergency exits, enabling panicked passengers to flee.
Bean later ran the astronaut training program. After retiring, he was an accomplished artist.