In a speedy 3-day session, the legislature passed an aerospace tax passage intended to keep production of the Boeing 777X in the state by large margins. HB 2088 provides supplemental appropriations for aerospace training, including $ 8.0 million to increase aerospace enrollments in higher education institutions. It also provides $ 2.0 million for local governments to advance permitting for aerospace facilities. Senate Bill 5952 extends commercial airplane tax breaks, which were due to expire in 2024 until the year 2040. It also expands the sales and use tax exemptioin for construction of buildings used to manufacture airplanes. The bill would take away these tax incentives if Boeing moved production of the 777X out of state.