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Aviation News Today for November 1, 2011

April 10, 2012
1.  Senate Passes Funding Bill For DOT/FAA
2.  Barclay On Future Of Aviation Security
3.  US Airways Adds U.S.-Based Call Center Jobs
4.  Alaska Air To Add Honolulu Service
5.  Boeing CFO James Bell Announces April 2012 Retirement
6.  JBT Wins $4 Million Contract For DFW Project
7.  Boise Airport Contracts For PASSUR Field Condition Report
8.  Nerve-Racking ‘Go-Arounds’ Routine For Pilots  (CNN)
9.  Most Annoying Airline Delays Might Just Be In The Boarding  (New York Times)
10.  United Airlines Tests iPad For ‘Paperless Flight Deck’  (Denver Post)
11.  USA Lashes Out At EU’s Green Plans  (Flightglobal)
12.  Greenhouse-Gas Tax Could Inflate Airfares  (USA Today)
13.  Boeing Completes 747-8I Certification Flight Testing  (Flightglobal)
14.  Strikes And Storms: World-Wide Airline Disruptions Make It Hard To Fly  (Wall Street Journal)
15.  NTSB: American Pilots Had Trouble Deploying Thrust Reversers In Wyoming Overrun  (Flightglobal)
16.  Dreamliner’s Here: Now Learn To Fly It  (Wall Street Journal)
17.  UPS Airlines To Provide Work For Some Laid-Off Employees  (Louisville (Ky.) Business First)
18.  Operating Margins Show How Delta And United Are Outperforming American  (Triangle (N.C.) Business Journal)
19.  Transportation Dept. Investigating Conn. Tarmac Delays  (USA Today)
20.  Fewer American Airlines Pilots Are Retiring This Month  (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
21.  Aeromexico To Expand Delta JV Facility  (Aviation Daily)
22.  Chinese Airline’s Daily Flights ‘Worth $100m’  (New Zealand Herald)
23.  Hillsboro Airport Legal Issues Discussed  (Hillsboro (Ore.) Argus)
24.  Airport Staff Continue Go-Slow  (The Standard (Kenya))
25.  Jet Blue Chief Offers Apology For Stranding  (WCVB Boston)
26.  Austin Airport Gets Cell Phone Waiting Lot  (KUT News (Austin, Texas))
27.  City Gets TxDOT Grant To Upgrade Airport  (Huntsville (Texas) Item)
28.  Businesses At Odds With Airport Fence, GJ Council Steps In  (NBC 11 News (Grand Junction, Colo.))
29.  Qantas Back In The Air  (Air Transport World)
30.  ANA’s Fiscal 1H Profit Rises 72%  (Air Transport World)
31.  Ecuador May Partially Privatize TAME  (Air Transport World)
32.  Air China Conducts First Biofuel Test Flight In China  (Air Transport World)
33.  Russian Authorities Delay Fleet-Size Minimum Ruling  (Air Transport World)
34.  Air Berlin Turkey To Launch Antalya-Stuttgart Services Nov. 1  (Air Transport World)
35.  Lufthansa Technik To Convert First 747-8I VIP Cabin In 2012  (Air Transport World)
36.  Spirit AeroSystems Ships First A350 Center Fuselage Panels  (Air Transport World)
37.  Parker: John Elway’s Far-Afield Goal: Steakhouse At Denver Airport  (Denver Post)
38.  Airport Terminal Project To Be Done Next Month  (Jamestown (N.D.) Sun)
39.  Mullin Fired By Airport; She Vows Court Fight  (Detroit News)
40.  City Considers Steps To Thin Airport Deer Population  (Hannibal (Mo.) Courier-Post)
41.  Airport Vegetation Provides ‘Good Impression’ To Travelers, Officials Say  (Panama City (Fla.) News Herald)
42.  Saskatoon Airport Terminal To Almost Double In Size  (Global Saskatoon)
43.  Airport Terminal Expansion To Finish Behind Schedule  (Destin (Fla.) Log)
44.  Charter Flight Return For Snowbirds Heading To Florida This Winter  (Press of Atlantic City (N.J.))
45.  47 Staff Cut At Galway Airport As Aer Arann Suspends Flights  (The Journal (Ireland))
46.  Tough Sell For Friedman Airport Expansion  (News Radio 1310 (Idaho))
47.  Spartanburg Downtown Airport Unveils $4.4 Million Renovation  (Spartanburg (S.C.) Herald-Journal)
48.  Hertz To Lay Off 219 At D/FW Airport  (Dallas Business Journal)
49.  Airport Security Pact Signed Between UK And UAE  (The National (UAE))
50.  Airport Launches International Terminal Website  (GlobeAtlanta)
51.  Lambert Unveils Latest Renovations  (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
52.  City’s Public Works Department Improving Roads In The Airport Area  (Grand Island (Neb.) Independent)
53.  Residents May Lose Respite During Heathrow Runway Trial  (BBC)
54.  TSA Lacks Criteria To Judge Non-U.S. Airport Security, GAO Says  (Bloomberg)
55.  Green Initiatives Cleared For Takeoff At O’Hare, Midway Airports  (Chicago Tribune)
 
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