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Aviation News Today for Monday, February 27, 2012

April 11, 2012
1.  American To Offer Miami-Jamaica Services
2.  United To Add Chicago O’Hare-Sarasota Service
3.  FAA Proposes To Raise Airline Pilot Qualification Standards
4.  Moody’s Upgrades Cleveland Airport Letter Of Credit
5.  Fitch Affirms Reno Tahoe Airport Bonds
6.  The Paradies Shops Signs License Agreement with Univision
7.  American Airlines Flight Attendants Avert Furloughs  (Dallas Business Journal)
8.  Knoxville Airport Board Looks At Offering International Flights  (Knoxville (Tenn.) News Sentinel)
9.  Facelift To Make Airport Look A Little More Like Downtown Mobile  (Mobile (Ala.) Press-Register)
10.  Airport Project Match Grows To $533,000  (Keokuk’s (Iowa) Daily Gate City)
11.  China Aims To Build World’s Largest Cargo Airport  (Journal of Commerce)
12.  Mexican Airport Operator GAP Posts Higher Profit  (Reuters)
13.  Long Beach Airport To Launch Study On Reconfiguring Daugherty Field  (Long Beach Business Journal)
14.  Latest Attempt To Raise Airfares Stalls  (AP)
15.  Alitalia Narrows 2011 Deficit  (Air Transport World)
16.  Accra-Based Starbow Adds Two BAe 146s  (Air Transport World)
17.  Kingfisher’s Mallya ‘Working Tirelessly’ To Find New Funding  (Air Transport World)
18.  Estonian Air Orders Four Embraer Jets For Fleet Renewal  (Air Transport World)
19.  Sukhoi Will Deliver SSJ100s To Southeast Asia, Latin America Airlines  (Air Transport World)
20.  Frankfurt Airport Apron Workers Back On Strike Until Thursday Morning  (Air Transport World)
21.  GE And Safran Form Joint Venture With Silicon Carbide Producer  (Air Transport World)
22.  Mexico’s Interjet Adds Miami To Network  (Air Transport World)
23.  Boulder Presses On Airport Eminent Domain Despite Federal Changes  (Boulder (Colo.) Daily Camera)
24.  Expansion At Aberdeen Airport To Begin This Summer  (Aberdeen (S.D.) News)
25.  MSP Airport Is Getting New Airline  (Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal)
26.  Asphalt Quality Dispute Halts Runway Work At Jackson Airport  (AP)
27.  United Airlines Plans To Migrate To Different Reservation System  (TravelMarketReport.com)
28.  TSA Investigating Suspected Security Breach At Sacramento Airport  (AP)
29.  Cantwell Calls For Biofuels Center At WSU Tri-Cities  (Tacoma (Wash.) News Tribune)
30.  Tobacco Goes From Dark Side Villain To Biofuel Hero  (CleanTechnica )
31.  Obama Promotes Pond Scum To Relieve Dependence On Oil Imports  (Bloomberg)
32.  Denver-Bound Flight Returns To St. Louis After Bird Strike  (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
33.  NTSB Calls For Safety Upgrades For Boeing 737 Cabin, Pilot Seats  (FlightGlobal.com (U.K.) )
34.  Boeing Names New Head Of 787 Program  (Reuters)
35.  Pinnacle Airlines CEO Says Company Has Work To Do’  (Memphis Commerical Appeal)
36.  Delta’s Use Of Temps Worries Full-Timers  (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune )
37.  American Air Says Quick Cuts Needed  (Wall Street Journal)
38.  Southwest Airlines Opening Crew Base In Denver  (Denver Post)
39.  Southwest Takes A Breather  (Wall Street Journal)
40.  Pet Project: DIA Eyes Hotel For Fliers’ Furry Friends  (Denver Business Journal)
41.  Airport Preparing For Takeoff Of Oil And Gas Boom  (Daily Jeffersonian (Ohio))
42.  China Hub At Lambert Appears Doomed  (AP)
43.  Bruegger’s To Open At Pittsburgh Airport  (Pittsburgh Business Times)
44.  Smaller Airports In Western Massachusetts Provide Big Service To State Economy  (Springfield (Mass.) Republican)
45.  Full-Body Scanners To Be Installed At Will Rogers Airport In OKC  (KWTV-TV (Oklahoma City))
46.  Misheard Word Leads To Bomb Scare On Flight To NY  (AP)
47.  TSA Airport Checkpoint Left Unattended In Sacramento, Causing Shutdown  (Los Angeles Times)
48.  TSA Finds Inactive Mortar Fuse, Explains Ripple Effect  (Government Security News)
49.  Dubai Jan Airport Passengers Up, Cargo Falls  (Reuters)
50.  California Cashes In On Airport Leftovers  (NBC Bay Area (Calif.))
51.  Jefferson Airport Becomes State’s First Fully Solar-Powered Airstrip  (Peninsula Daily News (Port Angeles, Wash.))
52.  Revision Made To Zoning Ordinance For Property Near Outagamie Airport  (Appleton (Wis.) Post-Crescent)
53.  Advocates: Let Non-Union JFK Airport Contract Workers Bargain For Fair Wage  (New York Daily News)
54.  Frankfurt Airport Cancels Flights As Strike Resumes After Talks  (Bloomberg)
 
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