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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
Snohomish County has formed a new Paine Field advisory panel to help figure out ways to reduce airport noise and deal with problem… Continue reading
A new terminal for passenger jets isn’t the only heavy construction about to get started at Paine Field. Government dollars are headed to… Continue reading
Bill Rietkerk picked up his college diploma from the University of Washington’s… Continue reading
the 747. The company chose… Continue reading
There are high hopes of turning Paine Field into a Golden Gate Bridge of sorts — one that soars 30,000 feet in the… Continue reading
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
Nobody was seriously injured Tuesday when a small plane crashed on the Mukilteo Speedway, clipping power lines before impact and raining down burning… Continue reading
The Flying Heritage Collection is expanding and has a new name. It is now the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum. The planned… Continue reading
A company preparing to build a terminal for passenger flights at Paine Field must first address objections about its plans for handling stormwater… Continue reading
Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon, who has opposed commercial flights at Paine Field, on Friday announced to his friends and followers on social… Continue reading
LYNNWOOD — The effort to begin commercial flights to Paine Field has the backing of the board of the Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance, an influential… Continue reading