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Aviation News Today for Friday, March 23, 2012

April 11, 2012

 

 

 

1.  Portland Airports Contribute Greatly To Local Economy
2.  Austin-Bergstrom Reports Economic Impact
3.  U.S. Airlines Post Traffic Gains In 2011
4.  Little Rock Airport Renamed For Clintons
5.  Los Angeles Launches New Communications Effort
6.  Nashville’s Raul Regalado To Retire
7.  US Airways CEO Parker Suggests Unpopular Fees Here To Stay  (Charlotte Observer)
8.  Great Lakes Takes Over Soon  (Fort Dodge (Iowa) Messenger News)
9.  Fayette Airport Receives $200,000 Grant  (Connellsville (Pa.) Daily Courier)
10.  Allegiant Slashes Ticket Hours At Gateway  (Arizona Republic)
11.  Changi Airport Terminal 4 Design: Let Local Firms In, Say Architects  (Straits Times)
12.  February Departures Take A ‘Leap’ At Will Rogers World Airport And Tulsa International Airport  (The Oklahoman)
13.  Airport Security Guard In Southern California Settles Suit For $200K  (Insurance Journal)
14.  Lincoln Airport OKs 1-Year Contract With Georgia Company To Run Special Incentives Program  (AP)
15.  Lansing’s Airport Unveils New Features  (WLNS (Mich.))
16.  Port Officials Discuss Airport Expansion Costs  (Bellingham (Wash.) Herald)
17.  Albert Whitted Airport Operator To Get Contract Renewed, Despite Delinquent Bills  (Tampa Bay Times)
18.  Mid-Missourians Skeptical About Airport Viability  (KOMU (Columbia, Mo.))
19.  Minot Airport Director Says Larger Facility Needed  (AP)
20.  Tucson Airport Takes A New Look At Airline, Development Opportunities  (Inside Tucson Business)
21.  City Stands Behind Cleveland’s Burke Lakefront Airport  (News Channel 5 (Cleveland))
22.  Belfast City Airport Withdraws Runway Extension Plan  (BBC)
23.  Construction Bids Under Budget For Bob Hope Airport Transit Center  (Burbank (Calif.) Leader)
24.  Noise Remains Ongoing Problem For Residents Near Bob Hope Airport  (Glendale (Calif.) News Press)
25.  Bob Hope Airport May Dump $14,600-A Year Luxury Valet Parking  (Los Angeles Times)
26.  Logan Airport Garage Renovations Finish Ahead Of Schedule  (Boston Herald)
27.  Russian Opposition To ETS Delays Lufthansa Cargo’s Traffic Rights Approval  (Air Transport World)
28.  Air France, Unions Agree On Negotiations’ Outline  (Air Transport World)
29.  Boeing, Airbus, Embraer Agree To Collaborate On Biofuels  (Air Transport World)
30.  Oman Air Continues Robust Growth  (Air Transport World)
31.  Consolidation’s Impact On US Airline Market  (Air Transport World)
32.  Chinese Carriers Report Collective Net Loss In February  (Air Transport World)
33.  El Al Sinks To $49 Million 2011 Net Loss  (Air Transport World)
34.  US Airways Confident Of 2012 Profit Despite Fuel Spikes  (Air Transport World)
35.  Rail Links ‘Critical’ For Gatwick Airport  (BBC)
36.  Aviation Leaders Promote Airports, Economic Development, Jobs  (Empire State News)
37.  Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport Embarks On Project To Expand Parking  (Scranton (Pa.) Times-Tribune)
38.  No Takeoff Without Pay, Private Airport Players Tell Kingfisher Airlines  (Economic Times (India))
39.  Hartsfield-Jackson Workers Seek New Jobs In Concessions Overhaul  (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
40.  Biplane Violates Airspace; Lands At Stafford Airport  (Inside NoVA)
41.  St. Cloud Officials’ Plan To Lure Airport Carriers Back  (CBS Minnesota)
42.  Airport Director: Minot Needs Facility Three Times Current Size  (Minot (N.D.) Daily News)
43.  Gary Airport, Canadian National Close To Expansion Agreement  (Northwest Indiana Times)
44.  Airport Parking Fees To Rise  (Monroe (La.) News Star)
45.  LITH Starting Program To Attract Airport Tenants  (Northwest Herald (Ill.))
46.  Hyderabad International Airport To Use Social Media  (Economic Times (India))
47.  Airport Revamp Awarded  (Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier)
48.  Farmington Airport Manager Search Going Well  (Farmington (N.M.) Daily Times)
49.  2 Houston-Area Congressmen Oppose Global Flights At Hobby  (Houston Chronicle)
50.  Jackson Wants To Jumpstart Peotone Airport With ‘People’s Groundbreaking’  (Northwest Indiana Times)
51.  Air Canada Ground Crews Stage Wildcat Strike At Toronto’s Pearson Airport  (Toronto Star)
 


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