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Aviation News Today for Thursday, December 15, 2011

April 11, 2012
1.  Congress Struggling To Fund Government
2.  DOT: Airfares Rise In Second Quarter
3.  SW Florida International To Gain Service
4.  Allegiant To Operate Salisbury, Md.-Orlando Service
5.  American Eagle Announces New O’Hare-Kitchener Jet Service
6.  Aer Lingus Adds Routes For Summer 2012
7.  FedEx Orders 767 And 777 Freighters
8.  Southwest Out To Re-Widen Its Cost Advantage  (Reuters)
9.  FedEx Profit Beats Street, Updating Boeing Fleet  (Reuters)
10.  Newark Airport Gets OK For Boeing’s New Superjumbo  (Wall Street Journal)
11.  American Airlines Cuts Flights At O’Hare  (Chicago Tribune)
12.  New IFE Option On AA: Samsung Galaxy Android Tablet  (Boardingarea.com)
13.  Delta Wants To Sell More Than Just Flights  (Atlanta Journal-Constitution )
14.  China Aviation Body Urges Members Not To Cooperate With EU CO2 Scheme  (Reuters)
15.  Low-Sulfur Jet Fuel Eyed As Climate Aid  (UPI)
16.  FedEx Shares Could Be Grounded For Now  (Wall Street Journal)
17.  FAA Proposal Targets Stall Recovery After Deadly Crash  (Wall Street Journal)
18.  JetBlue Picks Pratt Over CFM for Engines  (Bloomberg)
19.  Airbus, Boeing Mark Delivery Milestones  (Aviation Daily)
20.  LightSquared Signals Still Interfere With GPS, U.S. Officials Say  (Wall Street Journal)
21.  Boyd Group Takes A look At The Causes Behind The AMR/American Airlines Bankruptcy Filing  (Dallas Morning News)
22.  Pinnacle Airlines Loses Another Top Executive, Muhs Resigns  (Memphis Business Journal)
23.  American Eagle Halts Pilot Hiring In Bankruptcy  (Boston Globe)
24.  Delta Sees More Airline Consolidation As AMR’s Bankruptcy Helps Cut Seats  (Bloomberg)
25.  Delta Air Sees ‘Solid’ Profit Growth For 2012  (MarketWatch)
26.  Supporters Rally For U.S. Travel To Cuba  (Miami Herald)
27.  Congress Takes A Look At Travelers’ Rights  (Seattle Times)
28.  AAA: US End-Year Holiday Auto Travel Seen +2.1% Vs Year Ago  (Wall Street Journal)
29.  TSA: Man Found With Weapons At Upstate NY Airport  (Wall Street Journal)
30.  Chattanooga Airport Getting Full-Body Scanner  (Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times Free Press )
31.  TSA Expands Pre-Check Program  (The Hill)
32.  Airport Social Check-Ins Mean Miles For United-Continental Frequent Flyers  (Tnooz)
33.  Airport Security Conversation Shifts With New TSA Scanners  (Tampa Bay Business Journal)
34.  Strasbourg International Airport Sees A light At The End Of The Tunnel  (eTurboNews)
35.  Airport Subsidies: Rural Lifeline Or Money Waster?  (CNN)
36.  MBS Airport Offering Nonstop Flight To Orlando For Area Sun-Seekers  (Bay City (Mich.) News)
37.  Editorial: Liverpool John Lennon Airport Must Deliver Again  (Liverpool (U.K.) Echo)
38.  New Jet Service For Eastern Shore Announced  (Cecil Whig (Elkton, Md.))
39.  Airport Expecting Big Crowds  (Eugene (Ore.) Register-Guard)
40.  Airport Third In The World  (Saffron Walden Weekly News (U.K.))
41.  Management Changes At Van Nuys Airport To Be Studied  (Los Angeles Times)
42.  20 Best U.S. Airports For Tech Travelers  (PC World)
43.  Airport Traffic Continues To Increase  (Daytona Beach News-Journal)
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