An Iran Air Boeing 747 sits on the tarmac of an airport in Tehran.
Boeing has a government-approved deal to sell Iran Air some replacement parts to sustain its aging fleet of commercial airliners. Also: Seahawks hand out blingy Super Bowl rings to all staffers; Trupanion’s stock offering got an experimental assist from a social IPO website.
Thrilling maneuver banned as pilots show off
Air New Zealand
First customer shows off Boeing’s 787-9
Dominic Gates has been the Seattle Times aerospace reporter since 2003. His stories can be found in our archive.
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