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It’s the fourth mass vaccination clinic in Snohomish County and can administer 10,000 shots per week.
The company also reported a record loss of $11.94 billion in 2020, much of that due to the 777X delay.
Arlington’s airport is also in the running, says a state group planning for future air travel demand.
The company builds electric motors, and it’s teaming with Arlington’s Eviation to launch a fully electric plane.
After the company consolidates 787 work in South Carolina, Everett workers will focus on defects.
The lead time is great, and the company has a history of launching new programs during hard times.
The new chair of the Snohomish County Airport Commission wants everyone to get acquainted with Paine Field.
They told state senators that old allegiances aren’t worth much in these economic hard times.
The two models will leave Everett in coming years. Meanwhile, thousands of more jobs will be eliminated.
The company reports third-quarter results on Wednesday with two key products in deep trouble.
The commercial headquarters could indeed come to Paine Field. But demand for big jets will not rebound quickly.
The company is considering selling the Commercial Airplanes division offices at Longacres in Renton.
The new NHL team will practice at Northgate in Seattle, which is closer to Everett than Sea-Tac.
The Mukilteo aviation center has some new exhibits, but there are no plans to resume the factory tour.
Shortchanged earlier, the Snohomish County airport is the recipient of a new federal grant.
A new marketing effort hopes to persuade the company to keep Dreamliner work in Everett.
The company said it notified the FAA and is trying to determine the cause of the problem.
In the weeks since service resumed, passenger volume shows promise, an airline executive says.
If Boeing decides to consolidate production of the model, South Carolina has a very strong case.
With people staying home, do you scale back activities and events — or do you close?