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The company said the suit contains “confidential and proprietary information.”
Earlier this year, European travel agencies first started to notice a drop in flight bookings.
Some pilots say yes, but others say that view is unrealistic and reflects American aviation arrogance.
After dire predictions, the new airport passenger terminal seems to be delivering as promised.
The next big step is a certification flight with Federal Aviation Administration representatives aboard.
None of the dead were from Washington state.
The acting administrator testified before a House subcommittee chaired by Rick Larsen, D-Everett.
Two junior officers ar Naval Air Station Whidbey Island were investigated for the prank in Okanogan.
That move closed an option that could have helped the Ethiopian Airline pilots regain control.
The Historic Flight Foundation’s John Sessions is flying again after a serious crash last summer.
A survey found that only 20 percent would immediately fly on the plane after the grounding.
Paine Field passenger-terminal developer Brett Smith is being honored for landing the airlines.
They say the company sought to limit testing so it could meet schedules and keep costs down.
The decision-making of Boeing’s board is under scrutiny after two crashes of the 737 Max.
On Sunday, the company issued a statement about the “disagree light” on Boeing 737 Max models.
The pilot said the plane was without radio communications because of a lightning strike.
The company told reporters Friday it’s too soon to know what went wrong during the April 20 test.
The House Subcommittee on Aviation will examine the status of the plane since its March grounding.
The plaintiffs say shifting the cases 10,000 miles away would lessen the company’s financial liability.
Executive vice president J. Michael Luttig was named counselor to CEO Dennis Muilenburg.