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Aviation News Today for Friday, November 18, 2011

April 10, 2012
1.  Spirit Airlines Increases Aircraft Order
2.  Bidding Opens For LaGuardia, Washington Slots
3.  Indianapolis Airport Terminal Gains LEED Certification
4.  Fitch Rates Alaska Int’l Airport System Bonds
5.  Allegiant Adds Phoenix-Mesa Service To Oakland
6.  Tulsa Airport Installs Video Phone For Hearing Impaired
7.  Vanderlande Honored By U.K. Airport Operators
8.  LaTourette Stands Down On FAA Labor Issue  (Politico)
9.  Airlines Unite Against U.K. Passenger Tax  (Wall Street Journal)
10.  Study: Meeting Green Transport Targets May Need £895m Biofuels Spend  (BusinessGreen (U.K.))
11.  Why Fine Airlines For Their Bit Roles In Tarmac Delays?  (The Street)
12.  What US Airways Plans For 2012  (The Street)
13.  United Brings “Economy Plus” Seating To First Continental Aircraft  (Travel Agent Central)
14.  United Continental CEO Dismisses Union Safety Claims  (Aviation Daily)
15.  Talks Between American Airlines, Mechanics Union Postponed Until December  (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
16.  Thames Airport Plan Backed By Downing St  (Financial Times (U.K.))
17.  Airport Museum Planned For RDU  (Triangle (N.C.) Business Journal)
18.  Changi Airport Officers Restored Order Professionally, Say Police  (Today Online)
19.  Comtel Air To Passengers: Pay Extra Or We Don’t Fly  (Christian Science Monitor)
20.  $8 Million Airport Plans Draw Opposition  (Morgan County (Ga.) Citizen)
21.  Parking Changes Could Confuse People Flying Out Of San Jose Airport  (San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News)
22.  Estuary Airport Plan Climbs Up Agenda  (Financial Times (U.K.))
23.  Reality Show Begins Filming Next Week At BWI  (Baltimore Sun)
24.  Congress Approves New Limits On Dulles Airport Board  (Fairfax (Va.) Times)
25.  ACG Commits To 35 737 Max Aircraft  (Air Transport World)
26.  DOT Clears Brussels Airlines’ Inclusion Into Star’s Atlantic Plus-Plus  (Air Transport World)
27.  Juneyao Airlines Prepares To Launch IPO For Fleet Expansion  (Air Transport World)
28.  Singapore Airlines Is Customer For Eight Unidentified 777-300ERs  (Air Transport World)
29.  ELFAA Condemns ‘Latest Round Of Cash Handouts’ To Spanair  (Air Transport World)
30.  TAM To Reconfigure 777 Cabins On Long-Haul Fleet  (Air Transport World)
31.  Hawaiian Airlines Commits To Five More A330s  (Air Transport World)
32.  Air France Appoints De Juniac Chairman And CEO  (Air Transport World)
33.  EasyJet To Trial Allocated Seating  (Air Transport World)
34.  Airport Announces Switch To Solar Power  (The Famuan (Fla.))
35.  County Approves Airport Site Study  (Leavenworth (Kan.) Times)
36.  Austin Airport Gets New Watering System  (KXAN (Austin))
37.  Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport Holds Grand Opening On Renovated Facility  (Spartanburg (S.C.) Herald Journal)
38.  Aussie Firm Wins Airport Security Contract  (UPI)
39.  TAV Airports Extends Contract At Izmir Airport To 2032  (Moodie Report)
40.  $5.25M For Airport Professional Park Near T.F. Green  (Citybizlist Boston)
41.  Activity, Safety Increases At Salina Airport  (Salina (Kan.) Journal)
42.  Atlantic City Airport To Spend $4.2M On Design Contract For New Roads  (AP)
43.  Staff Shortage Causing Long Waits At LAX Customs  (Torrance (Calif.) Daily Breeze)
44.  New Safety Lights On LAX Runways Will Be Delayed  (Los Angeles Times)
45.  Aldermen To Decide On Airport Payment  (Springfield (Mo.) News Leader)
46.  San Marcos Airport Cleared To Receive $380,000  (San Marcos (Texas) Mercury)
47.  Boeing, Air Base, Airport A Joint Jobs Powerhouse  (Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier)
48.  Augusta Municipal Airport Upgrading  (Wichita (Kan.) Business Journal)
49.  On-Time Rates Improve For Flights Into, Out Of Stewart Airport  (Middletown (N.Y.) Times Herald-Record)
50.  Airport Board Again Delays Hilton Head Landing Fee Vote, Told New Revenue Agreement ‘Promising’  (Hilton Head (S.C.) Island Packet)
51.  Allegiant Air’s Growth Signals Bright Outlook  (Arizona Republic)
52.  City Council Approves ‘Branding’ Of Airport Tower  (Medford (Ore.) Mail Tribune)
53.  TSA Turns 10: Examining The Agency’s Strengths And Weaknesses  (ABC News)
54.  Airport Operator Flughafen Wien Warns On Profit  (Reuters)
55.  American Eagle Takes Off From Jefferson County’s Airport  (Watertown (N.Y.) Daily Times)
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