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Aviation News Today for Monday, December 12, 2011

April 11, 2012
1.  TSA To Deploy AIT Units To 16 Additional Airports
2.  Reno Tahoe Names New COO
3.  Jacksonville Offers Frequent Parker Program
4.  U.S. Outbound Travel Reaches 28 Million In First Half
5.  FAA Proposes To Fine Horizon Air
6.  Etihad Airways Orders 10 787-9 Dreamliners
7.  Editorial: The Unprofitable Skies  (New York Times)
8.  Mergers’ Flight Fallout Minimal  (Columbus Dispatch)
9.  Idling Approaches On Tap For Capital Region In 2012  (Flightglobal)
10.  TSA To Expand Faster Security Check Program  (Los Angeles Times)
11.  Balancing The Biofuel Dilemma  (Bangkok Post)
12.  Virgin Atlantic Makes Indicative Offer For bmi-Report  (Reuters)
13.  Union Talks To Members About AA Bankruptcy Response  (Tulsa (Okla.) World)
14.  A Better American Airlines Through Bankruptcy?  (Popular Mechanics)
15.  AMR Bankruptcy Creates Opening To Speed Flight Cuts At American Eagle Unit  (Bloomberg)
16.  US Rejects EU’s Claim It Complied With WTO Ruling On Airbus Subsidies  (Air Transport World)
17.  Malaysia Airlines Unveils Plan To Regain Profitability  (Air Transport World)
18.  China Aircraft Leasing Places Order For 20 COMAC C919s  (Air Transport World)
19.  Cargolux Execs Plead Guilty To Price-Fixing, Face 13 Months In Prison  (Air Transport World)
20.  Russian Domestic Flights Decreased 10% Over Past Decade  (Air Transport World)
21.  Rolls Trent 1000 Package B Receives EASA Approval  (Air Transport World)
22.  Qantas Targets Asia Destinations  (Air Transport World)
23.  Jetstar Reiterates Commitment To Vietnam-Based LCC  (Air Transport World)
24.  Bozeman Airport Gets Name Change  (Billings (Mont.) Gazette)
25.  While AMR Regroups, JetBlue Edges Into Dallas Fort Worth Airport  (Trefis)
26.  TCRA Ends Fiscal Year In The Black  (Kingsport (Tenn.) Times News)
27.  Opinion: Second Airline Gives A Boost  (Arizona Republic)
28.  New Runway Opens At Kokshetau Airport  (Caspionet (Kazakhstan))
29.  Hong Kong Midfield Development Breaks Ground  (CAPA Centre For Aviation)
30.  Carter To Leave AMMC; Takes New Job At Little Rock Airport  (Paragould (Ark.) Daily Press)
31.  Manassas Airport A Boon For Area Economy  (WTOP)
32.  Sukuk Is The Way To Fund Jeddah’s $7.2 Billion New Airport  (Al Arabiya News)
33.  Hickory Takes Over Airport Operations  (Hickory (N.C.) Daily Record)
34.  Servisair Baggage Handler Strike At Liverpool John Lennon Airport Turns Nasty  (Liverpool (U.K.) Echo)
35.  Yeager Keeps Eye On NYC Flights Amid American Bankruptcy  (WCHS (Charleston, W.Va.))
36.  Malaysia Airports To Launch Tenders For Klia2; Attracts Big International Interest  (Moodie Report)
37.  Outagamie County Regional Airport Director Touts FVTC Public Safety Center Partnership  (Appleton (Wis.) Post-Crescent)
38.  Brisbane Airport Train Gets Extended Operating Hours To 10pm  (Australian Business Traveller)
39.  Spirit Airlines Offers $9 Flights, But Is It Worth Your Buck?  (ABC 15 (Ariz.))
40.  Airport Mulls 2nd Terminal  (Arizona Republic)
41.  Players Eye Buying American  (Bond Buyer)
42.  Noise Fears Over Luton Airport Expansion  (Herts (U.K.) Advertiserx)
43.  Trust Accepts $13 Million Runway Proposal At Tulsa International Airport  (Tulsa (Okla.) World)
44.  Airport Plans Expansion As Projections See Growth  (Medford (Ore.) Mail Tribune)
45.  Boingo Brings Free Airport Wi-Fi To Nintendo 3DS  (Digital Trends)
46.  Qingdao Airport To See Over 160,000 Tourists In 2011  (China Daily)
47.  Broward Mulls Request To Ban Body Scanners At Airport  (South Florida Sun Sentinel)
48.  New Scanners Debut At Anchorage Airport  (Anchorage Daily News)
49.  Jackson Jr. Rep Seeks Third-Airport Support In Channahon  (Joliet (Ill.) Herald-News)
50.  Tazewell Officials Consider Recreation Area To Make Airport Comply With FAA Regulations  (Bluefield (W.Va.) Daily Telegraph)
51.  Airport Authority Passes  (Times Leader (Scranton, Pa.))
52.  Airport Makeovers – All Talk?  (Sydney Morning Herald)
53.  Frankfurt Airport Sets New Monthly Traffic Record For November  (Moodie Report)
54.  Airport Search Complaints Prompt Calls For On-Site Advocates  (Reuters)
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