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Just like San Diego, Paine Field's single main runway could easily grow to accommodate a lot of airline service.

Do we really want to crowd out an economic power-house like Boeing with traffic like this? How would Boeing test and launch new aircraft in these conditions? Sea-Tac was built for

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Amid cheers from Boeing employees, the 787-9 took off from Everett's Paine Field at 11:02am on Tuesday, September 17th, 3013.

The new Dreamliner is a victory for Boeing as they seem to have worked out the kinks of previous models.  The 787-8 was 3 years behind their projected production

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If you have driven by Paine Field recently, you may be wondering what is going on there with all the new construction.  

The $35 million Boeing Dreamlifter Operation Center is only part of the bigger picture.  As reported in a previous post, Snohomish county is building the 30,000 square foot

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Back in October of 2012 Boeing officials stated that the North Charleston, South Carolina plant would be able to produce three 787 Dreamliners a month by the end of 2013. Boeing seemed to be moving manpower and investments away from Washington and into South Carolina.  The Charleston plant
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Boeing has made many moves in recent months that have concerned Washingtonians  about their local commitment and future in the state. The aerospace behemoth has moved talent and production to South Carolina as well as committed to enlarging their presence in Charleston.  To make matters worse,
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