SEATTLE (AP) -- Boeing Co. is handing out another 900 layoff notices, 650 of those to Commercial Airplane workers in the Puget Sound area.
Spokesman Tim Healy says the 60-day warnings sent out Friday will take effect May 22 or later. He says they are part of the planned 10,000 job cuts this year that Boeing announced in January.
About 1,100 layoff notices that were handed out in February will take effect April 24.
Boeing has said it hopes many of the cuts will be handled by not filling the jobs of people who retire or leave for other reasons.
Healy says Boeing is meeting Friday with the Machinists union to discuss the notices.