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Aviation News Today for November 22, 2011

April 10, 2012
1.  SkyWest Becomes US Airways Express Partner
2.  Atlantic SE, ExpressJet Receive Operating Certificate
3.  DOT Fines Spirit Airlines For Violating Ad Rules
4.  GAO Reviews TSA Information-Sharing Methods
5.  JetBlue Expands Jamaica Service
6.  Fitch Affirms Birmingham, Ala., Airport Bond Rating
7.  Vanderlande Wins Contract For Bag Handling System At Saudi Arabian Airport
8.  Miami International Airport Shows Growth In October  (South Florida Business Journal)
9.  Airline Study Shows Industry On The Cusp Of Another Slide  (Aviation Daily)
10.  Air Travel Tax Could Pinch Small Cities  (CNN)
11.  US, EU Sign Airline Passenger Data Sharing Deal  (AFP)
12.  TSA Must Improve Quality, Distribution Of Threat Info, GAO Says  (Homeland Security Today)
13.  LaHood Warns Super Committee Failure Will Hit Transport Programs  (Journal of Commerce)
14.  The Growing Threat Of Lasers Pointed At Airplanes  (Forbes)
15.  This Number Makes United Continental A Strong Buy  (Seeking Alpha)
16.  Hawaiian Airlines Turns 82  (Travel Weekly (U.K.))
17.  St. Lucie Airport Renovations Get Under Way  (TCPalm.com (Fla.))
18.  LAX Makes Way For Biometric Access Control  (Security Director News)
19.  Stewart Airport Unveils New Body Scanners  (Your News Now (N.Y.))
20.  Airport Survey Needed For Night Landings  (The Ardmoreite (Okla.))
21.  Aberdeen Runway Extension ‘Set To Generate Millions’  (BBC)
22.  Wellington Airport To Forgo $5.5m In Landing Fees  (Wellington (N.Z.) Dominion Post)
23.  DIA Holiday Traffic Smooth, Parking Filling Up  (Denver Post)
24.  Fresno Airport Cuts Parking Rates For Holidays  (Fresno (Calif.) Business Journal)
25.  New Director Makes Changes At Regional Airport  (KTBS (La.))
26.  Airport Cab Fares Increase  (Cincinnati.com)
27.  Pittsburgh Airport A Model For Weather Diversions  (Pittsburgh Business Times)
28.  Wizz Air Increases Presence In Romania  (Air Transport World)
29.  Eagle County Regional Airport Could Go International  (Aspen (Colo.) Times)
30.  International Airport A Possibility For Albany?  (WALB (Albany, N.Y.))
31.  Facial Recognition: The Case For And Against ‘Total Surveillance’  (Sydney Morning Herald)
32.  Charter Flights From BWI To Cuba Face Scrutiny  (AP)
33.  Angola’s Airport Company Invests US$200 Million In Refurbishing Airport Facilities  (Macauhub)
34.  Rockford International Airport Sees Positive Increase In Cargo Activity  (MyStateline.com (Ill.))
35.  Airport Cab Operators Ask For Fare Increase  (Philippine Star)
36.  Crisplant To Highlight Latest Baggage Handling Innovations At Airport Exchange 2011  (AME Info)
37.  FFT Wins Airport Security Contract  (SecurityInfoWatch)
38.  Plymouth City Airport Group To Show Plans At Public Meeting  (Plymouth (U.K.) Herald)
39.  Coastal Carolina Regional Airport Welcomes USO  (New Bern (N.C.) Sun Journal)
40.  int’l Air Cargo Terminal Opens At Trichy Airport  (Times of India)
41.  Airport CEO Says 787 Dreamliner A Boon For Residents  (Southern Courier (Australia))
42.  Bismarck Airport Doing Well, Thank You  (Bismarck (N.D.) Tribune)
43.  Los Angeles Airport’s Aircraft Rescue And Fire Fighting Facility Wins LEED Gold  (World Interior Design)
44.  Does London Need Another Airport?  (Telegraph (U.K.))
45.  Riverkeeper: Fulton County Airport To Revise Plans To Mitigate Loss Of Buffer Area  (AP)
46.  $1B Airport Project Features New Artwork  (San Diego Business Journal)
47.  Caught In A Pea Souper: More Flights Grounded As Britain Is Again Blanketed By Fog  (Daily Mail (U.K.))
48.  Kingfisher Defaults On Payments To Airport Operator  (Wall Street Journal)
49.  Kingfisher Airlines: Too Big To Fail, Too Big To Save  (Economic Times (India))
50.  Screening Still A Pain At Airports, Fliers Say  (New York Times)
51.  DB International Airport Gets Runway Upgrade, Hopes For More Airlines  (Daytona Beach (Fla.) News-Journal)
52.  Santa Barbara Airport Braces For Big Thanksgiving Day; All Flights Full  (Santa Barbara (Calif.) Daily Sound)
 
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