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Aviation News Today for November 17, 2011

April 10, 2012
1.  Congress Passes Final FY 2012 DOT/FAA Funding Bill With AIP Cut
2.  Alaska Airlines Aircraft Technicians Ratify New Five-Year Contract
3.  Hawaiian Adds New York-Honolulu Service
4.  Interjet Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service to Toluca
5.  JBT AeroTech Wins $7M Cincinnati Airport Gate Equipment Contract
6.  ANTN Digicast Training Highlights
7.  Did You Know
8.  Security Screening Among Travelers’ Top Annoyances, Survey Finds  (Los Angeles Times)
9.  GOP Report: TSA Hasn’t Improved Aviation Security  (Washington Post)
10.  Sky’s The Limit For Palm Oil  (New Straits Times (Malaysia))
11.  Continental Launches Houston-Nigeria Flight  (Travel Weekly (U.K.))
12.  Hawaiian Airlines Plans New York Flights  (Wall Street Journal)
13.  Delta Judge Denies Ex-Northwest Flight Attendants’ Pay Bid  (Bloomberg)
14.  Virgin America Flight Attendants Press Case For Union  (San Francisco Business Times)
15.  Shares Of American Airlines Parent AMR Flying near 8-year Low As Labor Peace Proves Elusive  (AP)
16.  AMR Pilot Talks May Stop For Two Weeks As Sides ‘Far Apart’  (Bloomberg)
17.  Naples Municipal Airport To Reopen Runway 5/23  (Naples (Fla.) Daily News)
18.  Bismarck Airport Hits Record Boardings In October  (Bismarck (N.D.) Tribune)
19.  Report: MSP International Airport In Strong Position  (KSTP (Minn.))
20.  Airport Board Buys American  (KTIV (Sioux City, Iowa))
21.  British Airways, Virgin Face $235M Fine In Nigeria  (AP)
22.  Flight Delays? Tampa Airport Offers Many Spots To Pass Time  (Tampa Tribune)
23.  Delta Cuts Felt At Memphis Airport, But Officials Say They Remain ‘Very Optimistic’  (Memphis Commercial Appeal)
24.  Memphis Airport October Flight Count Down 21% From Last Year  (Memphis Business Journal)
25.  Airport Security, RCMP Violating Canadians’ Privacy Rights: Watchdog  (National Post (Canada))
26.  ATA Files Suit To Halt Air India 787 Financing Deal  (Air Transport World)
27.  Airbus Wins $20.5 Billion In Orders, Commitments At Dubai  (Air Transport World)
28.  GE Aviation Tallies More Than $13 Billion In Orders At Dubai  (Air Transport World)
29.  Volaris Commits To 44 A320s  (Air Transport World)
30.  Russia To Implement RVSM  (Air Transport World)
31.  Emirates 777 Order Was Insurance Against A350 Delays; Urges Stretch A380  (Air Transport World)
32.  Qatar Looking At CSeries, 767F And New Routes  (Air Transport World)
33.  American, TWU Dispatchers Reach Tentative Agreement  (Air Transport World)
34.  In A Rare Occurrence, Equipment Failed At Airport  (Albany (N.Y.) Times Union)
35.  Making Cambridge The Airport Of Choice  (Cambridge (U.K.) First)
36.  New Mauritius Airport Terminal To Be Ready By 2013  (eTurboNews)
37.  Activity Up At Salina Airport  (Salina (Kan.) Journal)
38.  Palm Springs Council Hears Jet Noise Complaints, Vows Action  (Palm Springs (Calif.) Desert)
39.  Sioux Gateway Board To Pick Carrier For Subsidized Routes Today  (Sioux City (Iowa) Journal)
40.  Strike Set To Close Croatia’s Main Airport Friday  (Daily Star (Lebanon))
41.  JAL And American To Share Japan Airlines’ Sakura Lounge At Honolulu  (Airlines and Destinations)
42.  Now Valet Parking Service Available At Delhi Airport  (The Hindu (India))
43.  Computer Connections Restored At Southwest, AirTran At KCI  (Kansas City Star)
44.  Bloomington Airport Officials Working On AirTran Replacement  (WJBC (Ill.))
45.  Stricken Airline Cancels Services  (Belfast Telegraph)
46.  Grounded Passengers Forced To Pay £24,000 Airline Fees  (Telegraph (U.K.))
47.  Closure Notice Issued For Old Airport  (Panama City (Fla.) News Herald)
48.  Delta, Southwest Plan New Flights Out Of Kansas City  (Kansas City Business Journal)
49.  Board Approves $15.5M Contract For McGhee Tyson Facility  (Knoxville (Tenn.) News Sentinel)
50.  Moscow Airport Will Allow Check-In Via Skype  (Wall Street Journal)
51.  Travel Crunch At Nashville Airport Expected This Week  (Tennessean)
52.  FAA Reconsiders Rise In Airport Noise Over Parts Of South Minneapolis  (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
53.  San Jose To Shelve Airport Police Outsourcing  (San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News)
54.  Owensboro Airport Offers New Long Range Flight Options  (SurfKY (Ky.))
 
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