As Boeing celebrates the opening of a new home for deliveries from its widebody aircraft factory at Everett, north of Seattle, the FAA says it may close the control tower at the airport the airframer uses to make those deliveries. The agency already is set to close the tower near Boeing’s other big factory, in Renton, Wash. On April 21, the FAA will close the tower at Clay Scott Field at the Renton Municipal Airport, 25 mi. south of Seattle and adjacent to Boeing’s Renton 737 ...
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