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Aviation News Today for Thursday, November 3, 2011

April 10, 2012
1.  House-Senate Spending Bill Conference Convenes
2.  Senate Rejects Infrastructure Jobs Bills
3.  House Panel Holds Hearing On TSA Promotion Of Innovation, Job Creation
4.  Hawaiian, Virgin Australia Launch Codeshare On Flights To Hawaii
5.  Hernando County Airport Joins USCTA
6.  Did You Know
7.  For A Start, MTC Airport Bus Service Sees Few Takers  (Deccan Chronicle (India))
8.  18,700 Use Horizon, Up 5.6% In October  (North Bay Business Journal (Calif.))
9.  Airport Authority Pursues Pipeline Project  (Pratt (Kan.) Tribune)
10.  Israel’s El Al Airlines Staff Protests Austerity Package At Cairo Airport  (Al-masry Al-youm)
11.  Birmingham Airport Jobs As Monarch Fleet Expands  (BBC)
12.  Aerospace Firm Brings 150 New Jobs To Airport  (Dublin (Ireland) Evening Herald)
13.  Napoleon Exile Isle To Get Airport  (Press Association (U.K.))
14.  Tampa Airport Nets More In Profits Than Projected  (Tampa Tribune)
15.  Airport Moves Forward With All-BofA ATM Plan  (Charlotte Observer)
16.  JetBlue Refunding Passengers Stranded In Conn. Tarmac  (CNN)
17.  Airports Try New Screening To Focus On Threats  (NPR)
18.  Embraer Shares Drop After Results, Bribery Probe  (Reuters)
19.  New TSA AIT Scanners Arrive At ABIA  (KVUE-TV (Austin, Texas))
20.  DOT May Require Agencies To Disclose Air Incentives  (Travel Weekly)
21.  Now, Even The Cheap Seats On Airplanes Come With A Fee  (Wall Street Journal)
22.  A Sneak Peek At Virgin’s New Sparkly Tops And “Glass Bottoms”  (FastCompany.com)
23.  A Boarding Pass On Your Screen  (New York Times)
24.  Airlines Expected To Reduce Capacity By 5-10 Percent Next Year  (TravelPulse)
25.  Sabre: GDSs And Airlines Making Progress Under The Radar  (Travel Weekly)
26.  Airlines Band Together To Fight Flight Tax  (The Hill)
27.  A Challenge To Europe’s Airline Emissions Curbs  (New York Times)
28.  Opposing View: Give Airports More Authority  (USA Today)
29.  737 Cracks Prompt More Frequent Checks  (Aviation Week)
30.  Mesaba Airlines Cuts Metro Locations  (Detroit News)
31.  Republic Could Face Pilots’ Strike  (Indianapolis Star)
32.  Delta’s Credit Rating A Solid B, S&P Says  (TheStreet.com)
33.  Airline Stocks Climb With Republic, JetBlue  (MarketWatch)
34.  SkyWest Profit Falls On Charges  (Wall Street Journal)
35.  Frontier Layoffs Possible As Airline Restructures  (Denver Post)
36.  Lord Foster Details £50bn Thames Airport Plan  (Travel Weekly (U.K.))
37.  Marcellus Activity Impacts PA Airports  (Pittsburgh Business Times)
38.  County Councilman Hopes To Resurrect Study For Regional Airport  (Hilton Head (S.C.) Island Packet)
39.  Thailand’s Suvarnabhumi Airport ‘Will Be Safe’  (AsiaOne)
40.  Georgia-Based Vision Airlines To Offer Flights To The Bahamas From 5 US Cities  (AP)
41.  Barnstable Airport’s New Traffic Tower Is In Control  (Barnstable-Hyannis (Mass.) Patch)
42.  Airport To Start Search For New Police Chief, Officers  (Destin (Fla.) Log)
43.  U.S. Sen. Schumer: Funding Needed For Airport Infrastructure Projects  (Utica (N.Y.) Observer-Dispatch)
44.  6 Airports Wait For Federal Money  (Middletown (N.Y.) Times Herald-Record)
45.  South Burlington Gives Airport Tools To Fight Birds  (Burlington (Vt.) Free Press)
46.  Warsaw Airport Back To Work After Plane Emergency  (AP)
47.  TSA To Expand Test Program That Could Mean Faster Trips Through Airport Security  (AP)
48.  Security Improvements Urged For LAX  (Los Angeles Times)
 
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