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Fri, Oct 14 – Airport Business

April 10, 2012
GAO: Air traffic controller errors soaring 
FAA says increase in incursions attributable to better reporting 
Abdulmutallab Pleads Guilty, Gets Sentence Next Year 
Christmas Day bomber calls his action a ‘virtuous deed’ 
Washington bans Tehran airline 
Mahan Air accused of ferrying operatives 
PHL Selects Gresham, Smith & Partners for Design Services 
Signage upgrade will provide intuitive wayfinding system for travelers 
Southwest-AirTran merger hinges on union vote 
•  Far out plans for Ellington Airport underway; Site ideal locale for ‘spaceport’ 
•  Concord’s Buchanan Field spry, healthy at 65 
•  Dubuque Regional Airport increases perfect safety record to 21 years 
•  Fate of flights from Roanoke to New York is up in the air 
•  Carriers’ ‘squeeze’ strategy; Cut seats, raise demand and airfare, post profits for the quarter 
•  United Airlines’ First Boeing 787 Dreamliner Rolls Out of Factory 
•  Passur Aerospace and Arinc form Teaming Agreement 
•  Alaska Airlines Adds Service 
•  259 jobs a start for Wilmington; Airborne Maintenance will begin hiring in 2013 
•  Honda Aircraft selects Greensboro as location for HondaJet MRO facility 
•  Virgin Galactic Signs Deal With NASA for Research Missions on SpaceShipTwo 
•  Drone aircraft to fly Saturday from Havana Regional Airport 
•  NTSB highlights international aviation safety 
•  SITA Launches Air Transport Command Centre in Singapore 
•  Shenzhen airport confirms expansion plans; Third runway and fourth terminal needed by 2040 
•  Kiwi pilot reported among Papua New Guinea crash survivors 
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