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The popular Paine Field attraction faces uncertainty as the county seeks a new operator.
The FAA will decide whether that change warrants another look at the impact of passenger service.
The airline plans up to five daily flights from the new passenger terminal in Everett.
Here’s what to expect when two airlines begin passenger service at Paine Field later this year.
Four years ago, tax breaks worth an estimated $8.7 billion helped land the 777X in Everett.
Jeff Bohnet, who has since retired, said he was “traumatized,” apparently because of an investigation.
Executive Dave Somers announced the formation of a task force to urge Boeing to build the plane here.
In his letter, the airport director noted Jeff Bohnet was leaving while under investigation.
One simply landed hard and went off the end of a runway. Another crash involved unextended landing gear.
Paine Field Fire Chief Jeff Bohnet was investigated after he acquired dismantled 1977 truck’s chassis.
The Cessna aircraft likely had engine trouble before striking a tree after takeoff.
15 flights a day by Alaska and United are expected to begin in less than a year.
They do drills at Paine Field every three years. With airlines coming soon, this one was different.
Crowds of people squinted into the cloudless sky above Paine Field and waited for the rumble of planes. Joe Kunzler, 35, lives for… Continue reading
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Bill Rietkerk picked up his college diploma from the University of Washington’s… Continue reading
the 747. The company chose… Continue reading
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Alaska Airlines plans to fly passengers out of Paine Field starting next year. The Seattle-based carrier made the announcement Wednesday. That makes Alaska… Continue reading