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Businessman and aviation enthusiast opening flying museum at Felts Field
Dr. J.B. Crain of Pasco put on diving gear and personally assisted in the search for the body of his wife, who drowned in a ferry accident on the Columbia River north of Kettle Falls.
Earl Hauser, a longtime Hauser Lake pilot, was honored with a pair of awards for 50 blemish-free years as an active pilot and an aircraft mechanic, a combination of experience rarely seen in the world of general aviation.
Boeing did not tell pilots and airlines that a safety alert on its 737 Max 8 jets was not working until after one of the planes crashed in Indonesia last year.
Spokane was preparing for the return of World War I soldiers and a “flying circus.”
Two pilots flying into Spokane reported their planes were targeted by a laser pointer Thursday night.
“Flying over England at night and chasing German zeppelins until they were well off home territory, then scouting around through the darkness to see if there were any left, sure has its thrills for a month or so, but after that it gets mighty tiresome,” said Lt. J.B. Rogers when he returned to Spokane from his service in World War I.
More Spokane travelers are taking flight from Spokane than ever, according to Spokane International Airport, which is reporting a 12.6 percent increase in passenger activity in 2018, with passengers totaling nearly 4 million.
Spokane International Airport reported business as usual, despite a record number of TSA screener sickouts nationally, stemming from the partial government shutdown which began a month ago.
The partial government shutdown is starting to affect air travel.
Survivors of air accidents often proclaim that their survival was a miracle. But what follows is another kind of miracle: Many survivors manage to get past the horror and onto planes again.
Worried about catching a cold or the flu on an airplane? Get a window seat, and don’t leave it until the flight is over.
A local spice distributor is moving to its third location since its founding four years ago, following year after year growth.
Felts Field is getting a new hangar for the private construction of kit airplanes.
Paine Field in Everett is receiving a $12 million federal infrastructure grant.
A tourist on the Caribbean island country of St. Maarten was killed Wednesday after a blast from a jet that was taking off nearby knocked her down, police said.
The Fourth of July sky will be filled with antique aircraft as the Radials N’ Rivers Fly-in 2017 comes to the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley, featuring planes from the Golden Age of the 1930s, plus World War II warbirds taking park in a national tour.
With a deadline looming that could affect Washington residents’ ability to fly domestically, the state has been granted a temporary extension from the enforcement of federal requirements for state driver’s licenses and ID cards.
Two planes clipped wings while taxiing at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, delaying passengers but causing no injuries.
Boeing Co. beat Wall Street expectations for fourth-quarter profit despite a slump in revenue from its defense business. The company forecast Wednesday that deliveries of commercial airplanes will rise slightly in 2017 after slipping last year.