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Aviation News Today for Wednesday, February 22, 2012

April 11, 2012
1.  Phoenix Airport Dedicates Solar Power System
2.  Moody’s Rates Des Moines Airport Bonds
3.  UPS Confirms Bid For TNT Express
4.  USTDA Hosts NextGen Aviation Exports Webinar
5.  ANTN Digicast Training Highlights
6.  In Memoriam: Claude A. Samuels, Jr.
7.  Did You Know
8.  American To Grow International, Premium Business Post-Chapter 11  (Air Transport World)
9.  Pakistan International Airlines Orders Five 777s  (Air Transport World)
10.  Transaero Moves Some Flights From Domodedovo To Vnukovo  (Air Transport World)
11.  Kingfisher’s Mallya: Shutting Down ‘Not An Option’  (Air Transport World)
12.  What Is Europe Worth To UPS And FedEx?  (Air Transport World)
13.  CAAC Green Lights China Eastern’s Business Aviation Company  (Air Transport World)
14.  Russia Issues 747-8 Type Certificate  (Air Transport World)
15.  Airlines To Share Ticketing System At Bob Hope  (Glendale (Calif.) News-Press)
16.  Continental Merger With United Shows In Sign Change At Bishop Airport  (Flint (Mich.) Journal)
17.  China Cargo Plan Gets New Life In Mascoutah  (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
18.  Airport Seeks New Operator For 2013  (Wellsboro (Pa.) Gazette)
19.  Sydney Airport Reports Loss Due To Sale  (The Australian)
20.  Final Bid Deadline For Edinburgh Airport April 13  (MarketWatch)
21.  BWI Charter Flights To Cuba Postponed Until Fall  (
22.  Déjà Vu: Delta Dumps McAllen Airport  (McAllen (Texas) Monitor)
23.  American Airlines Aims To Bolster Routes, Fleet  (Reuters)
24.  DFW Airport Shows Off Gutted Parts Of Terminal A, Part Of $1.9 Billion Renovation Project  (Fort Worth )
25.  Hutchinson Resigns As CHO Airport Director  (WINA News Radio)
26.  US Airways Lodges Objections To Phila. Airport Expansion  (Philadalphia Inquirer)
27.  Million Air Terminates Franchise Agreement With Spencer  (Riverside (Calif.) Press Enterprise)
28.  Chattanooga Airport Terminal Gets LEED Certification  (Chattanooga Times Free Press)
29.  High Winds, Winter Weather Delay Flights In Denver  (AP)
30.  Delta Now Offering Wi-Fi Service On All Shuttle Flights  (Chicago Tribune)
31.  Surging Oil Prices Slap Airlines (And Travelers)  (
32.  Ex-Im Bank Financing Still In Airline Crosshairs  (Aviation Week)
33.  EU Ministers Mull Climate Aid From Airlines, Ships, Draft Shows  (Bloomberg)
34.  Foes Of EU Airline CO2 Rules Agree On Tactics  (Reuters)
35.  Airlines Turn To Alcohol As Potential Jet Fuel Replacement  ( (U.K.))
36.  Flight Departing Portland International Airport Turns Around  (The Oregonian (Portland) )
37.  Boeing To Check All Completed 787 Dreamliners For Delamination  (Bloomberg)
38.  Airbus Starts Testing A350 Rolls-Royce Engine  (Puget Sound Business Journal)
39.  Boeing Says Flaw Could Affect 55 Dreamliners  (Reuters)
40.  Union In Tulsa Steps Up Campaign To Save Jobs  (AP)
41.  Air-Traffic Errors Stay Flat After Surge  (Wall Street Journal)
42.  United Airlines To Add Istanbul  (USA Today)
43.  Airline Shares Fall As Oil Prices Rise  (AP)
44.  AMR Sees $1 Billion In New Revenue From Restructuring  (Wall Street Journal)
45.  Southwest Mechanics Reject Agreement To Combine Seniority List With AirTran Workers  (Washington Post)
46.  Dallas Airport Easily Sells $434M Deal Despite AMR Bankruptcy  (Wall Street Journal)
47.  Groundbreaking On New Terminal For George Bush Intercontinental Airport  (The Tiibune (Texas))
48.  Loot Confiscated By TSA Turns Into Revenue For States  (USA Today)
49.  Alaska Lawmakers Consider Bill On TSA Pat-Downs  (AP)
50.  Sandusky County Close To Airport Deal  (Fremont (Ohio) News-Messenger)
51.  Plan To Rebuild SLC Airport Laid Out  (KSL (Utah))
52.  Bill Would Give $400k Left At Airport Security To USO  (ABC News)
53.  Solar Power System Operational At Phoenix Airport  (Power Engineering)
54.  Union To Halt Frankfurt Airport Strike  (AP)
55.  Lufthansa Bears Brunt Of Frankfurt Airport Strike  (AP)
56.  Charleston International Airport Parking To Expand  (Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier)
57.  Frankfurt Airport Hit By Fifth Day Of Strikes  (Reuters)

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