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Plane owners are being advised to restrict unauthorized physical access to their aircraft.
That leaves Northrop Grumman as the sole bidder for a program worth tens of billions of dollars.
The airline is talking to Boeing about compensation for the grounding.
The world’s biggest airline has struggled with thousands of cancelations this summer.
The company reported Wednesday that it suffered a second-quarter loss of nearly $3 billion.
He said the majority of people on Whidbey “do not consider Navy noise to be a bad noise.”
The Herald then did not have a Sunday edition — a real disadvantage during the Apollo 11 mission.
The mounting costs will cause a $5.6 billion reduction in revenue and pre-tax earnings for the second quarter.
Maybe, maybe not. A new state report says it’s not clear if it was an incentive, and Boeing won’t say.
Paul Njoroge says several demands must be met before the Boeing plane is allowed to fly again.
American, United and Southwest are waiting for the government to sign off on a Boeing software fix.
The airline said it will drop its 14 Max jets from the schedule until Nov. 3.
The former Delta executive is accused of retaliating against a pilot who reported safety concerns.
AG Bob Ferguson says the jets’ impacts on human health and the environment was not properly analyzed.
The news comes after Boeing said a Saudi airline canceled a $5.9B order in favor of a deal with Airbus.
Stephen Dickson faces criticism about his tenure at Delta Air Lines during a whistleblower lawsuit.
When a new facility opens, the airport will have twice as many international arrival gates.
A lawyer for the families said they are not pursuing compensation from Ethiopian Airways.
There have been eight sightings on Whidbey alone since a reporting center began recording data in 1947.
A new study predicts demand for airline service in the Puget Sound region will double by 2050.