EVERETT — Gov. Jay Inslee says the state should extend tax breaks for Boeing so it will build the next version of the 777 in Washington.Inslee told the Aerospace Summit Wednesday in Everett that Washington needs to do everything possible to protect its position in the aerospace industry.The Daily Herald reports the tax incentives that were granted to secure production of the 787 are set to expire in 2024. Inslee would extend them to 2034.Boeing is soon expected to announce the launch of the 777X with a newly designed wing.Boeing and the rest of the aerospace industry — a total of 1,350 companies in the state– employ nearly 133,000 workers and account for 11 percent of the wages, according to a study from the Washington Aerospace Partnership.Boeing plane deliveries accelerate in 3QBoeing Co. said it delivered 170 commercial planes during the third quarter as deliveries accelerated for three of its most important planes.Compared to the same period last year, deliveries sped up for its smaller, workhorse 737, its long-range best-seller 777, and its new 787. The pace of deliveries so far this year slowed for its super-jumbo 747, which has been a slow seller, and its 767, which is in declining use as a passenger jet but will be the basis for an aerial refueling tanker Boeing is making for the U.S. Air Force.
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Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories Comments Share At this point, it’s unreasonable to expect the Arizona Cardinals to draft a quarterback in the first round.However, that does not mean they won’t look to add one with one of their other six picks.With that in mind, it makes sense that the Cardinals are planning on visiting with Syracuse QB Ryan Nassib, as ProFootballTalk.com reported Monday morning. He’ll dine with a group that includes coach Bruce Arians, G.M. Steve Keim, and director of player personnel Jason Licht. Nassib, who threw for 3,749 yards and 26 touchdowns last season, has already worked out for the Jaguars, Browns and Bills. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact