Paine Field

Permit for Paine Field terminal awaits water runoff plan

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

Boeing Dreamlifter lands safely after scare

A Boeing 747 Dreamlifter made an unscheduled landing at Paine Field on Tuesday afternoon after experiencing a problem with its hydraulic system. The Dreamlifter is… Continue reading

New hangar ready for action

A 1944 Sherman tank, brandishing its white American star, was recently seen rolling across a parking lot at Paine Field. It was followed… Continue reading

Magazine examines Snohomish County economy

Seattle Business magazine has a feature story in the current issue about Snohomish County’s economy, focusing on familiar engines like aerospace, Paine Field, Naval Station… Continue reading

Mukilteo, Edmonds to fight Paine Field flights

The staunchest opponent of commercial air service at Paine Field has followed through on a promise to fight the plan in court. The… Continue reading

Where Alaska wants to fly from Paine Field

Alaska Airlines wants to fly passengers to Honolulu, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and other West Coast destinations from Everett’s Paine Field. Flying to… Continue reading

Paine Field terminal will go ahead, exec says on Facebook

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

Aerospace group backs airline flights at Paine Field

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

A tank rolls out at Paine Field

The tower at Paine Field got a strange call today. How often does the driver of an M4A1 Sherman tank seek permission to cruise the… Continue reading

Future of Flight attendance up 9 percent

More than a quarter of a million people paid to visit the Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tour last year, recently… Continue reading

Will Paine Field’s tower go dark?

The control tower at Paine Field — which last year directed traffic for 105,000 flights of aircraft large and small — could become… Continue reading

Everett wetland park to see improvements after neglect

A cherished local wetland is getting a face lift and possibly a new caretaker after nearly two years of misuse. The past few… Continue reading

Politicians make plans to snag the 777X

Early in his first term, Gov. Jay Inslee faces a big test: Can he help convince the Boeing Co. to build the updated 777X jetliner… Continue reading

Where will Boeing build the 777X?

It wouldn’t make sense to build the next generation of the Boeing 777 anywhere but here at Paine Field, where 777s have been… Continue reading

Paine Field’s smallest runway closed for work

Snohomish County plans a two-month closure of Paine Field’s general aviation runway starting Monday. It’s part of the more than $8 million in… Continue reading

German V-2 rocket added to Flying Heritage Collection

Had World War II not ended when it did, Nazi Germany likely would have sent more V-2 rockets hurtling toward potential victims. One… Continue reading

Panel OK’s contract to design Paine Field passenger terminal

An airline terminal at Paine Field could materialize soon, at least on paper. A Snohomish County Council panel has given its go-ahead to… Continue reading

WWII veteran steps inside B-17 again at Paine Field

Lt. Col. Ken Wheeler, 90, relived a bit of history Wednesday, courtesy of the Historic Flight Foundation at Paine Field in Everett. Wheeler, who served… Continue reading

New Boeing delivery center opens at Paine Field

A Chinese lion dance, the beat of African drums, a 747-8 cargo jet and a 787 passenger plane all helped set the scene… Continue reading

Boeing flies 787, again not for battery tests

For the second time this week, Boeing is put the 787 in the air Wednesday for testing unrelated to the jet’s redesigned battery system. “This… Continue reading