Eviation Aircraft’s battery-powered plane logs successful first flight from Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake.
The interim CEO will continue as president for the electric aircraft maker; Eviation just inked a deal for 50 new planes.
Starting Nov. 30, Alaska Airlines will offer daily nonstop flights from Paine Field to Anchorage, Alaska.
Federal regulators said they are satisfied with changes Boeing has made in the plane’s production.
Walmart heir Steuart Walton bought the historic aircraft and artifacts. The museum is set to reopen within the year.
A judge ruled the Navy violated federal law in an environmental study of expanded Whidbey Island jet operations.
The company delivered 51 passenger and cargo planes in June, its best month for deliveries in recent years.
Raises for gate agents, stores personnel, office staff, as well as ramp workers who load cargo.
Robert DeLaurentis, known as the “Zen Pilot,” submitted a letter of intent to purchase the A.J. Eisenberg Airport.
Service begins July 14. Flights to Friday Harbor and Orcas Island airports take about 25 minutes.
A $2.3 million federal grant will pave the way for a project to resurface the airfield’s main runway.
The Arlington company said a bigger runway and flatter terrain are better suited to early testing of the commuter aircraft.
Pack smart for TSA: Antlers, ashes and Harry Potter wands are OK, but leave the bear spray at home.
Once Sea-Tac Airport reaches capacity, the Everett airport is on the short list to absorb unmet demand by passengers.
magniX, which develops electric motors to power airplanes, adds two airline partners to its roster.
Zander Hamilton, a member of the Red-Tailed Hawks, was selected to attend an elite program for high schoolers.
The vote may increase pressure on Alaska Airlines management to come to a contract settlement.
Boeing’s Chief Aerospace Safety Officer on Monday outlined how the company aims to improve its safety.
Flight cancellations since April will continue. The chaos has been damaging for Seattle’s hometown airline.
The move would put Boeing executives close to their key customer, the Pentagon, and the FAA.