Paine Field

Paine Field paving fixed; runway reopens

EVERETT — A repaving project gone wrong has been righted and the main runway at Paine Field is open again. The 9,100-foot runway opened about… Continue reading

Watch as German aerial history takes flight today

Vintage aircraft from Paul Allen’s Flying Heritage Collection — including WWII German fighters — will be on display from noon to 1 p.m.… Continue reading

13 vintage aircraft will reside in a new museum at Paine Field

EVERETT — In 1945, shortly after the end of World War II in Europe, an officer took a P-51B Mustang fighter out for a training… Continue reading

WWII buff and vet take ‘Sentimental Journey’ aboard a B-17

EVERETT — It lasted only about 20 minutes, but for Steve Grimsley, it was the trip of a lifetime. A serious World War II buff,… Continue reading

Kids learn they can fly past disability

Allene Hicks recently discovered that her only limit was the sky. Allene, 13, was one of about 130 kids and adults who participated… Continue reading

Plans for regular Paine Field flights slow but moving

EVERETT — Environmental studies regarding a new airline terminal building at Paine Field are under way, though two airlines hoping to provide passenger service there… Continue reading

Pilot OK after flipping float plane

The pilot of a float plane that flipped while making an emergency landing near Seattle’s Shilshole Bay Marina on Puget Sound says the… Continue reading

Filmmaker takes on poverty right at his level

Jennifer Clements “discovered” a homeless filmmaker in Seattle. They met on Craigslist, fell in love, and now she lives with Eric “Protein” Moseley in Snohomish.… Continue reading

Obstacles for aerospace training center planned for Paine Field

County Executive Aaron Reardon made a big splash a few weeks back announcing an empty building at Paine Field would become home for an aerospace… Continue reading

Federal stimulus money goes for Paine Field paving

A $7.9 million federal grant will help pave a taxiway at Snohomish County’s Paine Field airport, county officials announced Thursday. The money from… Continue reading

Trump fills an arena and promises a fulfilled nation

They came early, stayed late and no supporters left disappointed Tuesday when Donald Trump cruised into Xfinity Arena and vowed to “make America… Continue reading

787 Dreamliner lands after 1st test flight

The Boeing Co.’s 787 landed safely at Boeing Field in Seattle at 1:34 p.m today, a little earlier than originally planned. The pilots,… Continue reading

Aviation fans line up early to see 787 test flight

Viewing areas near Paine Field began to fill early as eager plane-spotters converge on the Everett-Mukilteo area for the first flight of Boeing’s new 787… Continue reading

Paine Field debate about to heat up

Whether you love or hate the idea of commercial flights at Paine Field, three public hearings will soon give you the chance to air your… Continue reading

Live blog and video: Donald Trump campaigns in Everett

Welcome. We’re live-blogging the presidential campaign visit of Donald Trump, who landed at Paine Field at 4:20 p.m. He is to speak at Xfinity Arena… Continue reading

Paine Field results delayed by months

EVERETT — It will likely be a few more months before federal officials reach any conclusions regarding an environmental study of airline service at Paine… Continue reading

Aerospace training center at Paine Field should get going this spring

EVERETT — An empty building at Paine Field may become the focal point of the state’s effort to retain a vibrant aerospace industry. At the… Continue reading

Paine Field flights debate continues

EVERETT — What would happen if commercial airlines were allowed to fly to and from Paine Field? People weighed in on the subject again Tuesday… Continue reading

Paine Field commercial air service public hearing gathers a full house

MUKILTEO — If this had been a student theater performance, it would have been a sellout. Instead, the 550-plus people who showed up at the… Continue reading

County residents will have to accept that things are changing

Once, back in 2001, I took a flight from Paine Field. It was a short trip, with bird’s-eye views of the hot tubs and manicured… Continue reading