Lawsuit: Toxic Fumes Allowed In Boeing Passenger Cabins For DecadesFour flight attendants are suing Boeing after they say the 737 airline maker knowingly let toxic fumes infiltrate passenger cabins for decades.
Pilot Survives Helicopter Crashes In Orient, Starts WildfireA fire official says a logging helicopter that crashed in heavy timber near the town of Orient in northeast Washington has ignited a wildland fire that is growing unchecked. The female pilot was rescued and taken to a hospital in stable condition.
Additional I-90 Bridge Closures Expected This Week As the Blue Angels return to Seattle for Seafair, so do Interstate 90 bridge closures
FAA: Helicopter Crashes Near Oso Television footage of the accident scene showed the pilot being placed on a gurney. He was able to move his arms.
Amazon Seeks Permission From FAA To Test Drone Delivery ProgramAmazon has officially requested that the Federal Aviation Administration allow the Seattle-based company to test drone-based package delivery in its own backyard.
NTSB: 'Near Miss' Between Alaska Airlines Jet, Cargo Plane Near Anchorage's Main AirportThe National Transportation Safety Board is reporting a "near miss" between an Alaska Airlines passenger jet and a cargo plane over Anchorage's Fire Island south of the city's main airport.
FAA Approves Drone Flights in AlaskaThe University of Alaska will begin test flights of unmanned aircraft
FAA Says Boeing 787's Design, Manufacture Safe Boeing's design and manufacture of its cutting-edge 787 jetliner is safe despite the many problems encountered since the plane's rollout, including a fire that forced a redesign of the its batteries.
Tips On Packing Lightly For VacationFor the first-time traveler hoping to avoid baggage fees to the experienced globetrotter, the following 10 tips will help teach you how to pack more efficiently and maybe even more safely.
Alaska Airlines May Traffic Rises 6.7%Alaska Airlines' parent company said Wednesday that traffic rose 6.7 percent in May, helped by an increase in the number of available seats.
Overcharging Batteries Eyed In Boeing 787 Dreamliner Fires It's likely that fires on two Boeing 787 Dreamliners were caused by overcharging lithium ion batteries, aviation safety and battery experts said Friday, pointing to developments in the investigation of the Boeing incidents as well as a battery fire in a business jet more than a year ago.
Passengers Talk 787 SafetySome frequent fliers say they aren't worried about safety aboard Boeing's problem-plagued 787 aircraft, while many less-seasoned travelers are often unaware of what model of plane they're flying on.