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Aviation News Today for Tuesday, January 17, 2012

April 11, 2012
1.  FAA Reauthorization A Top Priority As Congress Returns
2.  Virgin America To Add Philadelphia Service
3.  Broward Awards Ground Transportation Contract
4.  Porter To Add Washington Dulles-Toronto Service
5.  American Eagle To Add Iowa Flights
6.  Boeing, Air France-KLM Finalize Order For 25 787s
7.  Air China To Debut B777-300ER on LA-Beijing Route
8.  Hancock County Officials Endorse Two Airport Bids  (Bangor (Maine) Daily News)
9.  Airport Parking To Match Growth  (Mackay Daily Mercury (Australia))
10.  An Achy Calf And Shortness Of Breath Point A Traveler To Deep Vein Thrombosis  (Washington Post)
11.  Virgin America Targets US Airways With Launch Of Philadelphia Service In April  (Centre for Aviation (Australia))
12.  U.S. Airlines Expected To Report Profits Despite AMR Losses  (Dallas Morning News)
13.  American Details New Regional Service From O’Hare  (Chicago Tribune)
14.  Atmosphere Unveils First U.S. Leisure Travel Outlook Report  (TravelPulse )
15.  Loaded Gun Confiscated From RIC Passenger  (Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch)
16.  Man Sentenced To Life In NYC Airport Terror Plot  (AP)
17.  Tri-Cities Airport Anticipates Expansion  (Tacoma (Wash.) News Tribune)
18.  IATA Report Finds Pessimism Increasing In Airline Sector  (TravelPulse)
19.  More Airlines Add Wi-Fi, But Fliers Balk At Paying  (USA Today)
20.  Selling Boarding Perks To The Forlorn  (New York Times)
21.  Business Travel Spending Increased In 2011  (Huffington Post)
22.  Want Cheap Biofuel? A Startup Makes It With Natural Gas  (MIT Technology Review)
23.  Biofuels Will Fly High, U.S. Officials Predict  (Chicago Tribune)
24.  Jet Rivals Keep A Tight Race  (Wall Street Journal)
25.  Boeing’s Future Looks Very Bright For 2012 And Beyond  (Seeking Alpha)
26.  Airlines Offering Solid Returns – Analyst Blog  (NASDAQ)
27.  In Bankruptcy, AMR Suddenly Becomes Hot Topic  (AP)
28.  China Airlines Cargo Adjusts Operations In ‘Challenging’ Economy  (Air Transport World)
29.  Chinese Carriers Earn $4.12 Billion In 2011, Down 26%  (Air Transport World)
30.  Lufthansa Biofuel VP: Eco Flights Will Be Standard In Seven Years  (Air Transport World)
31.  Embraer Chairman Mauricio Botelho Resigns  (Air Transport World)
32.  Lufthansa Group Traffic Grows 7.5% In 2011, Load Factors Dip  (Air Transport World)
33.  Peach Aviation Announces Five New Routes  (Air Transport World)
34.  Russia And Spain Increase Frequencies  (Air Transport World)
35.  Lufthansa Technik AG Owns 100% Of AirLiance Materials  (Air Transport World)
36.  Adirondack Airport Boasts Big Growth And Faces Talk Of Closure  (North Country Public Radio (N.Y.))
37.  Russia’s Vekselberg Mulling Airport Bid-Agencies  (Reuters Africa)
38.  EasyJet Unveils Newcastle Airport Expansion  (Newcastle (U.K.) Chronicle)
39.  Plans For Airport Discussed Today  (Farmington (N.M.) Daily Times)
40.  Lawsuit Delays Airport Improvements  (Monterey (Calif.) Herald)
41.  AirTran Employees Begin Work For Southwest  (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
42.  Move Over Delta, Southwest To Fly Out Of Atlanta  (NPR)
43.  American Books First Gateway Flights  (Sioux City (S.D.) Journal)
44.  Commissioners Will Discuss Airport Expansion Jan. 19, Then Vote Jan. 26  (Baltimore (Md.) Sun)
45.  Jackson Hole Airport Sees Slight Decline In Passengers  (AP)
46.  Airport Project Workers End Stir  (Times of Oman)
47.  Airport Settles With Developer  (Indianapolis Star)
48.  Luton Airport Announces Expansion Plans  (BBC)
49.  Concern Raised For Airport’s Scanners  (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
50.  Critic Says Third Airport Could Be Fiasco  (Joliet (Ill.) Herald-News)
51.  Salem Municipal Airport Could Lose Federal Funding For Control Tower  (Salem (Ore.) Statesman Journal)
52.  Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport To Get Tall New Control Tower  (South Florida Sun-Sentinel)
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