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Seattle Times coverage of Boeing’s 737 MAX crisis wins prestigious national journalism award

Called a ghost plane or whitetail, the white planes seen here are painted white because the airline it was built for no longer wants it. It will be painted with a new livery after the plane is ungrounded and Boeing secures a customer. 
Nearly 200 completed Boeing 737 MAX airplanes destined for airlines worldwide, are parked at the Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake Washington. In March 2019, aviation authorities around the world grounded the passenger airliner after two separate crashes.

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The prestigious award, one of 15 bestowed on a range of national and regional media in different categories, was announced at the National Press Club.

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