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Aviation News Today for November 9, 2011

April 10, 2012
1.  Hearing Reviews Oversight Of TSA’s Current Efforts
2.  GA Aircraft Deliveries, Billings Decline
3.  Daytona Beach Houses NextGen Test Bed
4.  US Airways Plans More New York, Charlotte Service
5.  FAA Encourages GA Airports To Report Wildlife Strikes
6.  Republic Confirms Order for 80 Airbus A320neo Family Aircraft
7.  Call For Speakers For AAAE’s Annual Conference
8.  AAAE, RAA To Sponsor Airport, Regional Airline Exec. Summit
9.  ANTN Digicast Program Highlights
10.  Did You Know
11.  Why Biz Travel To Continue Despite Rising Prices  (TravelMole)
12.  U.S. Travel Groups Blast U.K. Tax Plan  (Travel Agent Weekly)
13.  Chinese Airlines To Sue EU Over Air Pollution Law – Industry Group  (Reuters)
14.  Alaska Wants Biofuels To Help With Fuel-Price Volatility  (Aviation Daily)
15.  Opinion: This FAA Rule No Longer Flies  (Belleville (Ill.) News-Democrat)
16.  Airbus Booked 193 New Orders, Delivered 44 Aircraft In October  (Dow Jones Newswires)
17.  Why The Airlines Can’t Get Off The Ground  (Seeking Alpha)
18.  Judge May Be Only Savior For Mexicana  (Aviation Week)
19.  Frontier Airlines Has Hit $120M Goal For Financial Improvements, Parent Republic Says  (Denver Business Journal)
20.  Schnurman: American’s Future Must Involve Its Pensions  (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
21.  United Airlines Pushes Retired Workers To End Of Boarding Line  (Chicago Tribune)
22.  Republic Soars Most Since 2004 With Frontier Separation Plan  (Bloomberg)
23.  Want Your Gun Back? Forget It, Clayton Tells Airport Weapons Offenders  (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
24.  USA3000 Airlines To Halt Operations At Lambert  (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
25.  10 Things The TSA Should Do On Its 10th Anniversary  (Huffington Post)
26.  Airport Lost And Found: Odd Items Recovered  (ABC News)
27.  Pensacola Airport Gets New Name  (Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal)
28.  FAA Disputes Chandler Airport Flight Estimates  (Arizona Republic)
29.  Another Airport To Bear Reagan’s Name?  (USA Today)
30.  Bob Hope Airport’s Numbers Hold Steady  (Glendale (Calif.) News-Press)
31.  Airport To Spend $350K To Prevent Taxiway Wanderers  (Aspen (Colo.) Daily News)
32.  Aspen Airport Plans: Too Big? Too Much?  (Aspen (Colo.) Times)
33.  LAX To Be Most Crowded U.S. Airport Over Thanksgiving, Orbitz Says  (Los Angeles Times)
34.  Leeds City Region Local Enterprise Partnership Fund Available  (Bradford (U.K.) Telegraph & Argus)
35.  Lufthansa Boosts UK Flights To Berlin  (Breaking Travel News)
36.  Huntsville Airport’s Passenger Traffic For The Year 1.5 Percent Higher Than In 2010  (Huntsville (Ala.) Times)
37.  Runway Lights Stolen From The Memphis International Airport  (News Channel 3 (Memphis))
38.  Airport Officials: Frontier Remains Important To Mitchell  (Milwaukee Business Journal)
39.  Minister Confirms Airport Privatisation On The Cards  (Limerick (Ireland) Post)
40.  Rapid City Airport Receives Regional FAA Award  (Rapid City (S.D.) Journal)
41.  BWI Plans A $100M Expansion  (Baltimore Sun)
42.  Biofuels Start To Take Off In The Airline Industry  (NPR)
43.  FAA Tells Burlington It May Have Violated Law With Airport Fees  (Burlington (Vt.) Free Press)
44.  Improvements For Washington Airport Discussed  (The Missourian)
45.  New Airport Security Scanner Rolled Out At Meadows  (Bakersfield Californian)
46.  Birds Strikes Rise At Salt Lake Airport  (ABC 4 News (Salt Lake City))
47.  Mayor, Airport Director Reject Airline Proposals  (WTVA (Miss.))
48.  Runway Extension Considered For Murfreesboro Airport  (The Tennessean)
49.  Springfield Airport Marks Completion Of $149 Million Improvements  (OzarksFirst.com (Mo.))
50.  Airport Business Brings Record Month For Taxicabs  (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
 
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