Navy’s Blue Angels roar into Seattle; I-90 bridge closures set | KOMO

SEATTLE – The U.S. Navy’s famed Blue Angels precision flight team roared into Seattle in a cloud of white smoke on Monday in preparation for their upcoming performance during Seafair Weekend. The Blue Angels, along with the unlimited hydroplane races, will be the highlight of the weekend Aug. 5 and 6.

Source: Navy’s Blue Angels roar into Seattle; I-90 bridge closures set | KOMO

New technology expected to shorten security lines at Sea-Tac | KOMO

SEATAC, Wash. – Travelers can expect shorter lines through security at Sea-Tac Airport within a couple of years following the installation of a new technology to inspect carry-on luggage faster. The new procedure will allow faster passengers to get around slower ones, thus speeding up the security lines for everyone.

Source: New technology expected to shorten security lines at Sea-Tac | KOMO

Delta passenger accused of trying to open emergency exit | NY Daily News

It took several passengers and two flight attendants to subdue an unruly man who tried to open the emergency exit door during a flight.

According to a criminal complaint, Joseph Daniel Hudek IV, of Tampa, tried several times to open the latch to the door and assaulted a passenger and crew member who tried to stop him. The incident happened Thursday night on Delta flight 129 from Seattle to Beijing.Before takeoff, the complaint states that Hudek asked for a beer. He did not have any other alcoholic drinks during the flight and “exhibited no signs of intoxication or impairment.”

Source: Delta passenger accused of trying to open emergency exit – NY Daily News

 

Man fought to open hatch during China-bound flight from Seattle | Channel NewsAsia

REUTERS: A Delta Air Lines passenger was charged on Friday with instigating a mid-air brawl with flight attendants and other passengers who fought desperately to restrain him as he tried opening the exit door of a plane bound from Seattle to China.

Source: Man fought to open hatch during China-bound flight from Seattle – Channel NewsAsia

Ivar’s to battle Port commissioners over loss of lease at Sea-Tac Airport | KIRO-TV

Port of Seattle commissioners will hear from leadership at Ivar’s seafood restaurant, which is losing its lease at Sea-Tac Airport.

Source: Ivar’s to battle Port commissioners over loss of lease at Sea-Tac Airport | KIRO-TV

[Ed.: Why would you want a proven thing when you can gamble with the taxpayer’s money? Time to wean the Port of Seattle off of ALL taxpayer dollars and let them turn a profit like everyone else.]

‘We will not ‘keep clam’ about this’: Ivar’s losing its prime location at Sea-Tac Airport | KOMO

SEA-TAC AIRPORT, Wash. – Ivar’s Seafood Bar is losing its central terminal location at Sea-Tac Airport.The Port staff have decided not to renew our lease out there at Sea-Tac, Ivar’s president Bob Donegan said Thursday. But, the Port of Seattle said the restaurant’s 10-year lease for that location expired in 2015, and had been on hold for the last two years.

Source: ‘We will not ‘keep clam’ about this’: Ivar’s losing its prime location at Sea-Tac Airport | KOMO

Clarification to come soon on when you will need a new license in Washington to board a flight | Q13 Fox

SEATTLE — The Department of Homeland Security is expected to make an announcement in mid-July on when Washington residents will be required to be in compliance with the Real ID Act, according to the Department of Licensing. The Real ID Act would require you to either have an enhanced license, or have a passport, permanent resident card or military ID to show with your non-compliant license when boarding a domestic flight.

Source: Clarification to come soon on when you will need a new license in Washington to board a flight

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