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Leaders talked about traffic, a water park, the port, Boeing, Paine Field and more.
McGee Air Services, an Alaska Air subsidiary, will handle baggage and do other work for three airlines.
On Sept. 30, 1968, there were audible gasps as the world’s first jumbo jet was revealed at Paine Field.
A revised environmental assessment found no new significant issues arising from Paine Field flights.
The group that has run the Paine Field museum since 2005 is making way for new tenant Boeing.
Propeller Airports hopes to expand its Paine Field footprint by more than 40 percent.
This week, the new building began to look more like a place where you can board an airplane.
Pilot John Sessions was giving rides in a vintage 1930s airliner at the airport in Abbotsford.
Unmanned aerial vehicles are prohibited within five miles of any airport, except with FAA permission.
A state grant has enabled the college to offer its two-year maintenance program to more students.
The temporary shutdown is needed after work applying a fog seal treatment didn’t perform as expected.
Lots of visitors is mostly a good thing for the economy — but not at the expense of quality of life.
Stored at Paine Field in Everett for 26 years, it now has a permanent home at the Museum of Flight.
Alaska, United and Southwest are expected to begin service from Everett in September.
The Renton-built 737 Max 8 is the first of 20 for rebranded Air Italy, now a Qatar Airways holding.
Disagreeing with an openly skeptical federal government, the company says success is in sight.
Propeller Airports, which is building on land leased from the county, raised the money in February.
West Seattle and Ballard light-rail extensions will be completed before the main spine to Everett.
Bill Rogers, who oversaw delivery of the airline’s new 737s, got a water-cannon salute at Paine Field.
His visit to the Seattle area was all but secret, but an agreement with Boeing was announced.