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Aviation News Today for Monday, February 6, 2012

April 11, 2012

 

.  Senate Approves Final FAA Bill
2.  LaGuardia Terminal Replacement Plan Advances
3.  Fitch Rates Airport Bonds
4.  Massport Plans Parking Rate Changes At Logan
5.  Morpho Detection Receives EDS Delivery Order
6.  Gerald Ford Airport Expands Hearing Loop System
7.  ANTN Digicast Announces Excellence In Training Awards
8.  Britain Faces A Month Of Weather Chaos As Snow Wrecks Travel Plans  (Telegraph (U.K.))
9.  Southwest Airlines To Offer Football, Baseball Games Via Wi-Fi  (Los Angeles Times)
10.  Capacity Control Could Drive US Airline Profit Gains In 2012: Raymond James  (FlightGlobal.com)
11.  FAA’s Long Flight Nearly Over  (Politico)
12.  China Bans Airlines From EU Carbon Scheme  (Wall Street Journal)
13.  Global Aviation Seeks To Cut Planes As Military Missions End  (Bloomberg)
14.  Talk Of A Big Airline Merger Is Taking Off  (Philadelphia Inquirer)
15.  Airline Alliances Endure Growing Pains  (Wall Street Journal)
16.  FAA Resumes Rollout Of ERAM System  (Aviation Week)
17.  Boeing Sees 787 Inspections Slowing Work While Meeting 2012 Delivery Goal  (Bloomberg)
18.  Southwest, AirTran Get DOT Approval For Cancun Flights  (TravelPulse)
19.  US Airways Flight Attendant Deal Raises Pay, Protects In Merger  (TheStreet.com)
20.  Southwest CEO Talks Fares, Fees  (Arizona Republic)
21.  An Airline That Makes Money. Really.  (Wall Street Journal)
22.  Going Mobile: Travel’s Eventual High-Tech Future  (Reuters)
23.  AMR’s Horton Willing To Weigh Airline Acquisitions After Bankruptcy Exit  (Bloomberg)
24.  Female Passengers Say They’re Targeted By TSA  (KTVT-TV (Dallas-Fort Worth) )
25.  Airport Authority Sets Priorities For Next Four Years  (Jamestown (N.D.) Sun)
26.  US House Passes $63 Billion FAA Bill, Senate May Follow Monday  (Air Transport World)
27.  Malev Hungarian Airlines Stops Operations  (Air Transport World)
28.  Oneworld Postpones Strapped Kingfisher’s Entrance  (Air Transport World)
29.  CEO: Jade Cargo’s Future To Be Decided By End Of Q1  (Air Transport World)
30.  JAL Group Posts Income Of $1.92 Billion For First Three Quarters Of FY2011  (Air Transport World)
31.  Dagestan Airlines Tries To Reinstate Revoked AOC  (Air Transport World)
32.  S7 Airlines Passenger Traffic Up 11.4% In 2011  (Air Transport World)
33.  Nutter Says PHL Airport Expansion Project Is Good For Entire Region  (CBS News)
34.  Galway Airport Staff Stage Sit-In  (Irish Times)
35.  American Owes DFW Airport $11.7 Million In Pre-Bankruptcy Landing Fees  (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
36.  Budapest Looks To Fill Malev Routes  (Travel Mole)
37.  Charlotte Airport Sees Record Traffic In 2011  (Charlotte Business Journal)
38.  Hungary’s Chance Of Replacing Malev Wanes, Budapest Airport Says  (Bloomberg)
39.  Indiana Airports See Mixed Results From Super Bowl Traffic  (Indiana Public Media)
40.  French Airports Battle Aviation Strike  (AP)
41.  Atlanta Airport Sees Record International Traffic  (AP)
42.  Brazil Privatizes 3 Major Airports  (AP)
43.  Sky High Airfares Frustrate Memphis Travelers  (WMC-TV (Memphis))
44.  County Commission Considers Additional Funding For Airport  (Clarksville (Tenn.) Leaf Chronicle)
45.  Springs Airport: Better Days Ahead  (Pueblo (Colo.) Chieftain)
46.  Pula Airport In Croatia Announces Better Connection With Europe  (Guide2Croatia)
47.  General Manager: Fort Collins-Loveland Airport Opens Alternative Gateway To Northern Colorado  (Coloradoan)
48.  Aspen Airport Director Receives National Honor  (Aspen (Colo.) Times)
49.  Self-Serve Kiosks Are The New Look For American Airlines At LAX  (Los Angeles Times)
50.  No Opt-Out Rule For Airport Body Scanners  (ABC News (Austalia))
51.  Expansion Of Boracay Airport Sought  (Xinhua)
52.  Under Family Ownership, Airfield In Stow Has A Widespread Effect  (Boston Globe)
53.  Guernsey Airport Project Compounds Build To Begin  (BBC)
54.  Political Unity Evading Third Airport Backers  (Joliet (Ill.) Herald-News)
55.  Budapest Airport To Reevaluate Plans After Malev Collapse  (Bloomberg)
56.  Smyrna Airport Chief John Black Is FAA’s Top Southern Manager  (The Tennessean)
57.  More Private Screeners To Be Allowed At U.S. Airports Under Bill  (Bloomberg)
58.  Heathrow Airport Resumes Flights After Snow Cancellations  (Economic Times)
 


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