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AAAE Security SmartBrief March 12, 2012

April 11, 2012
Aviation News Today for March 12, 2012

Stories appear below in the order in which they were reported over the course of the day.
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1.  Carriers File For Slots At Reagan National
2.  Smiths Detection Supplies Advanced Scanners To Malaysia
3.  OAG: Global Airline Capacity Grows For 10th Consecutive Month
4.  International Travel To U.S. Increases In 2011
5.  ACE-Airfield Operations Review Course Set
6.  National Air Service Conference Set For April 1-3 in Austin
7.  PeoplExpress Awaits OKs To Take Off, Land At Pittsburgh Airport  (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
8.  SJC Plans To Resurrect Passenger Lounge  (San Jose Business Journal )
9.  New Way To Watch Movies While Flying Lands At MSP  (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune )
10.  Ottawa Readies Air Canada Back-To-Work Bill  (Toronto Globe and Mail)
11.  IATA: Make U.S. Aviation More Competitive  (Travel Agent Central)
12.  Airline Industry Raises Heat Over EU Scheme  (Wall Street Journal)
13.  Aviation Calls On EU Leaders To Fix Carbon Tax  (Reuters)
14.  Ask The Captain: Listening In On In-Flight Communication  (USA Today)
15.  Flight Attendant’s Outburst Delays Flight  (CNN)
16.  Airbus A330 Production Boost Planned  (Aviation Daily)
17.  Boeing Dwarfs Airbus Orders In Jan-Feb  (Reuters)
18.  Emirates Looks To U.S. To Push Global Reach  (Wall Street Journal)
19.  Aer Lingus Managers Want JetBlue Of US To Buy Stake  (Wall Street Journal)
20.  Southwest Airlines: Rewards Outweigh The Risks  (Seeking Alpha)
21.  Frontier Names Comair President Bendoraitis Its COO  (Cincinnati Business Courier)
22.  Virgin America Signs Interline Deal With Korean Air  (TravelPulse)
23.  AMR Unions Seek Arbitration In Bankruptcy Concession Talks  (Bloomberg)
24.  Former American Airlines CEO Sees Challenges For Southwest  (Boston Business Journal)
25.  At United, Unions Not Yet United  (Houston Chronicle)
26.  United Gets Lowest Interest Rate With First Bonds Backed By 787 Dreamliner  (Bloomberg)
27.  TSA To Hire More Security Workers At Lambert  (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
28.  Sussex County Airport To Extend Runway  (Daily Times (Delaware))
29.  Hong Kong Airport Plans To Add IMAX Theater  (Wall Street Journal)
30.  Vietnam Seeks Airport Investors In Bid To Challenge Thailand  (Thanh Nien Daily (Vietnam))
31.  Porter Airlines To Boost Flights To Washington’s Dulles International Airport  (Canadian Business)
32.  Full-Body Scanners Coming To Atlantic City International Airport By End Of March  (Press of Atlantic City (N.J.))
33.  Chch Airport Confident It Will Replace AirAsia X  (TVNZ (New Zealand))
34.  Judge Allows Airport Concession Deals To Go Forward  (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
35.  State Hands Off To Feds On Prosecution Of Airport Gate Crasher  (Philadelphia Inquirer)
36.  FBI: No Threat To Boston-Chicago Flight Sent To NY  (AP)
37.  Air France KLM Posts $0.5 Billion Net Loss  (Air Transport World)
38.  Poland’s EuroLOT Signs Firm Order For Eight Q400s  (Air Transport World)
39.  ICAO: Passenger Traffic Up 6.4% In 2011; Will Rise 4.5% Annually  (Air Transport World)
40.  Canadian Labor Minister Forestalls Air Canada Work Actions  (Air Transport World)
41.  IATA DG: Europe Must Be Sincere In ETS Talks  (Air Transport World)
42.  LCCs Grow At Slower Pace In Europe  (Air Transport World)
43.  Negotiations Continue On Fifth-Freedom Rights For AirBridgeCargo  (Air Transport World)
44.  Malaysia Airlines Reveals New A380 Livery  (Air Transport World)
45.  Air Berlin Passenger Boardings Fall 4.1% In February  (Air Transport World)
46.  Futuristic Airports Unhindered By The Baggage Of Reality  (Wired (U.K.))
47.  Frontier Airlines To Leave Manistee County Airport  (AP)
48.  Allegheny County Airport Reopens After Minor Accident  (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
49.  Brisbane Airport Pay Dispute Resolved  (Brisbane (Australia) Times)
50.  Pueblo Airport To Receive Boost  (Pueblo (Colo.) Chieftai)
51.  Toronto Island Airport Tunnel Will Make A Good Thing Even Better  (Toronto Globe and Mail)
52.  Domodedovo Airport Obtains 165 Million-Euro Syndicated Loan  (Bloomberg)
53.  Tough Times At Burbank Airport After Airline’s Departure  (Los Angeles Times)
54.  Airport To Gain Tenant  (Lafayette (La.) Advertiser)
55.  ADP Confirms To Buy Turkish Airport Operator Stake  (Reuters)
56.  Pilot Putting Region’s Old Airports On The Radar  (Chicago Tribune)
57.  Sky Harbor Airport Program Shortens Wait Time  (Arizona Republic)
 
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