Tuesday, March 5, 2024
The agency’s ultimatum comes a day after a meeting with CEO Dave Calhoun and other top Boeing officials in Washington, D.C.
A source says the fuselage panel that blew off an Alaska Airlines jet earlier this month was reinstalled improperly at the Boeing facility in Renton.
The aerospace giant hasn’t fixed the anti-icing system on its new, smaller version of the airliner.
If Boeing balks at union demands, it could face a damaging strike that would seriously set back its attempts to recover.
Decades ago, a top company doctor warned of chemical exposure. Now workers’ children with lifelong disabilities are coming forward.
Gov. Inslee announced state support for the development and expansion of two clean energy company facilities in Washington.
Boeing donated the fuselage to a manufacturing program Thursday: “This is going to be a game changer in how we offer our training.”
U.S. accident investigators disagree with Ethiopian authorities over the cause of a 2019 Boeing 737 Max crash.
The company confirmed in depositions that parts of its Everett plant still don’t meet 2010 standards.
Parents believe toxins in company factories caused serious birth defects in their kids.
Six years ago, Marie Riley heard about a law firm seeking aerospace workers whose children suffered birth defects — like her.
In 1980, a doctor wrote factory chemicals would cause “life-long chronic illness, cancer and death.” Lawsuits claim his worst fears came true.