Archive of: Aviation

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Orion still soars with Boeing, others

Beyond its well-established quality service provider to Boeing for precision wiring and other component parts, Orion Industries in Auburn is now gathering nationwide clients for its call center and help desk lines of business.

August 2017

New state aviation director lands Aug. 7

The new statewide director of aviation for WSDOT is a familiar face around South Sound airports, having retired out of U.S. Army Aviation at JBLM and most recently managing a Lewis County airport.

August 2017

Air Mobility exercise lands in Lakewood

Up to 3,000 military flyers, maintainers and Army troops, including some from a dozen or more allied nations, are involved in a two-week exercise based at Joint Base Lewis McChord. That means some positive impacts for local hospitality establishments.

August 2017

Many more pilots needed

Annual forecast from Boeing shows even more pilots will be needed in the next 20 years.

July 2017

Olympia aircraft firm also in Oshkosh

New engine options for smaller general aviation aircraft are coming out of the Olympia Airport.

July 2017

New USAF commander coming to McChord

The main active Air Force flying unit at JBLM is gaining a new commanding officer next month, and she will a 'first' in the position.

June 2017
Airline exec speaks to ‘Art of Business’

Airline exec speaks to ‘Art of Business’

'Art cannot survive without Business, and Business needs the Arts' to maintain its soul' and community connections, according to speakers from both sectors at a Tacoma breakfast event.

June 2017

South Sound aero reps hail Paris results

Company representatives from South Sound aerospace suppliers were effusive about a successful trade show, as they prepared to leave Paris and return home today.

June 2017

Boeing soars at Paris show

Western Washington's aerospace industry collected the most orders at this week's Pair Air Show, with Boeing counting 571 jetliners sold. Many of those will have South Sound components.

June 2017

Report: IAM pulls out of S.C.

The largest Boeing Commercial Airplane operations outside of Puget Sound will remain a non-union workforce, after labor organizers pulled out of their office in North Charleston.

June 2017
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