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At 14 jets per month, the Everett line now has only 20 months worth of Dreamliner orders remaining.
“Herald Headlines” features Janice Podsada, who works even when she’s buying her lunch.
The retirement funds of the Washington State Investment Board now have a stake in Propeller Airports.
The airport earned a third-party certification this week for its program to preserve water quality.
In this week’s “Herald Headlines,” we talk about Alaska Airlines’ evolving service at Paine Field.
The restored and flyable MiG-29 was formerly on display at a Paine Field aircraft museum.
The menu includes Japanese-style steak, salmon, salads, sandwiches and, of course, grilled cheese.
A new study predicts demand for airline service in the Puget Sound region will double by 2050.
Beecher’s Handmade Cheese Cafe opened at Paine Field on Friday. Cafe Vita opens on Monday.
Daily Alaska Airlines service between Paine Field and the California desert begins Nov. 5.
By law, the Ballard and West Seattle tunnels wouldn’t endanger funding or delivery dates, he said.
With the 737 Max crisis far from over, there was speculation that a 797 decision might be delayed.
Snohomish County leaders aren’t sold on plans to study underground routes to West Seattle and Ballard.
After dire predictions, the new airport passenger terminal seems to be delivering as promised.
The Historic Flight Foundation’s John Sessions is flying again after a serious crash last summer.
Paine Field passenger-terminal developer Brett Smith is being honored for landing the airlines.
One proposal up for a vote would require that different people serve as CEO and chairman.
San Juan Airlines begins scheduled passenger service from Everett to Friday Harbor on May 1.
Although the MAX is grounded, the company’s Renton plant continues to build more than 50 a month.
Snohomish County and other event sponsors said “staging the event was not an option this year.”