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Aviation News Today for October 31, 2011

April 10, 2012
1.  O’Hare To Gain Solar Panels, Multi-Fuel Station
2.  Moody’s Rates Charlotte Airport Bonds
3.  Commerce Adjusts Visitor Arrival Forecast
4.  DOT Fines Caribbean Airlines For Baggage Violations
5.  Joint Airport/Regional Airline Summit Set
6.  ANTN Digicast Program Highlights
7.  Did You Know
8.  Airlines’ Latest Attempt To Raise Fares By Up To $10 Fails, Increases Being Rolled Back  (AP)
9.  Prepare For Sticker Shock  (Arizona Republic)
10.  TSA Struggles Through Its Love-Hate Relationship With Social Media  (The Hill)
11.  For 280,000 Airline Passengers, Screening’s A Breeze  (South Florida Sun Sentinel)
12.  Barker: The Sky’s The Limit For Northwest Aviation Biofuel  (Idaho Statesman)
13.  Airlines Ready For Next Battle Against EU Carbon Law  (Reuters)
14.  Nut-Based Fuel Powers Jumbo Jet  (AP)
15.  AMR Deserves Some Slack On Trans-Atlantic Venture’s Progress  (The Street)
16.  Colombian Govt Authorizes Demolition Of Bogota Airport  (Colombia Reports)
17.  Jackson Airport Runway Project Completed  (AP)
18.  Labour Scraps Plan For Third Runway At Heathrow Airport  (BBC)
19.  Chicago Airports Announce Plans To Go Geen  (Chicago Tribune)
20.  U.S. Reviews JetBlue’s Storm-Related Strandings  (Bloomberg)
21.  Boeing Must Deliver 1,100 787 Dreamliners To Recover Costs  (Puget Sound (Wash.) Business Journal)
22.  Study: Business Travel To Be More Expensive Next Year  (Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal)
23.  FWA Terminates Industrial Action; Qantas To Resume Flights  (Air Transport World)
24.  Transaero Inks MOU For Four A380s  (Air Transport World)
25.  Unidentified Chinese Airline Plans To Buy Six CRJ900s  (Air Transport World)
26.  China Southern 3Q Profit Up Nearly 3%  (Air Transport World)
27.  Russian Carriers Expand Fleets With Boeing Widebodies  (Air Transport World)
28.  US Airways Posts Record 3Q Revenue Of $3.4 Billion  (Air Transport World)
29.  Spirit Reports 3Q Net Income Falls 55%, Ancillary Revenue Rises 30%  (Air Transport World)
30.  Papua New Guinea CASA Issues AD For Dash 8s  (Air Transport World)
31.  FAA Proposes $1 Million In Civil Penalties Against Pinnacle  (Air Transport World)
32.  Air Berlin Expands Eastern European Network  (Air Transport World)
33.  Judge Halts New Salt Lake Airport Taxi Services For Now  (Salt Lake (Utah) Tribune)
34.  Al Bateen Airport Is Flying High  (The National (UAE))
35.  Munich Airport Partners Beijing Int. Airport  (AsiaTravelTips)
36.  Southend Airport Runway Protesters Given Police Bail  (BBC)
37.  Real-Time Runway Status Alerts Coming  (AOPA Pilot)
38.  Real-Time Runway Status Alerts Coming  (AOPA Pilot)
39.  Airport Renovations To Start Soon  (WTOK (Miss.))
40.  Plattsburgh International Airport Received Healthy Dose Of Funding For 2011  (Plattsburgh (N.Y.) Press Republican)
41.  ‘Turf War’ Derails Clark Airport Dev’t  (Philippine Star)
42.  Airport Terminal Lands Rave Reviews  (MetroNews Canada)
43.  Winnipeg’s New Airport Opens  (Winnipeg Sun)
44.  Expand Heathrow Or Miss Out On Growth – BCC  (London Love Business)
45.  Call To Reform Airports Policy  (Press Association (U.K.))
46.  Money Invested, But Still No St. Cloud Air Carrier  (St. Cloud (Minn.) Times)
47.  Humboldt Supervisors To Consider Airport Parking Fee Increase  (Eureka (Calif.) Times-Standard)
48.  Shooting Range On Airport Property Will Have To Be Moved  (Fairbanks (Alaska) Daily News Miner)
49.  Russia And Singapore Create Airport Joint Venture  (Reuters)
50.  Specifics Of Area Airport Authority Still Up In Air  (Wilkes-Barre (Pa.) Times Leader)
51.  Nashville Airport To Unveil Rental Garage  (Tennessean)
52.  Brainard Airport Noise A Concern In Wethersfield  (Hartford (Conn.) Courant)
53.  Quantas Flights From LAX Scheduled To Resume Sunday Night  (Los Angeles Times)
54.  A.C. Airport Overseers Downplay Loss Of Carrier  (Philadelphia Inquirer)
55.  Feds To Probe Ordeal Of Travelers Stuck On Planes At Conn. Airport  (Orlando Sentinel)
56.  At Least 4 Jets Strand Conn. Passengers For Hours  (AP)
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