Elpis and Wood. It's a name that catches your eye--it stands out along Grand Avenue, different than the other names that border the street. But it all make sense when you walk inside, and especially when you meet the owner--Blake Paine. Elpis means "hope" in Greek, and... Read More.
Globally, Boeing has had a substantial impact. You will not find a degree within the compass rose which Boeing has not graced by virtue of economic impact, travel, or industrial innovation. A father of two from Seoul is just as likely to have flown on... Read More.
The “Doomsday” fleet came to be known as its current incarnation beginning in 1973, when the E-4 Boeing Model took over the mission of the proceeding EC-135. The fleet, which is comprised of four specially outfitted 747-200Bs, is the strategic command and military aircraft operated... Read More.
Measuring the passage of time doesn’t seem like it should be subjective, but it is. For instance, some time is metered in heartbeats; the sting of your annual flu shot, the chilly tap-tap of a stethoscope hopscotching across your ribs. Sometimes, a lifetime can pass... Read More.
Here's another reason why Everett should be nicknamed the Jet City. It's big news for Everett today! EVERETT, Wash., Aug. 10, 2017 – Nearly 80 years after operating the first commercial flight from Paine Field, United Airlines (UAL) today announced it is returning to the airport... Read More.
The anticipation is building. It seems like yesterday that the announcement aired that Alaska Airlines will begin serving nine flights a day out of Paine Field, yet the work has already begun. According to Mark Reichin, the Chief Operating Officer of Propeller Airports, they have begun pre-construction... Read More.
(Photo by Nathan Senff) The Daily Cycle is the newest mural on the Boeing Everett Plant. Written by: Nathan Senff If you have ever driven on the Boeing Freeway you might have noticed the monstrous building and a very elaborate and humungous mural. That my friends is what... Read More.
(Photos by Nathan Senff) The Historic Flight Foundation is located in the hanger at the top of Bernie Webber Drive and is the home to many historic aircraft on display this weekend. Written by: Nathan Senff Community members have an opportunity to see and learn about... Read More.