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Aviation News Today for Wednesday, February 8, 2012

April 11, 2012
1.  Westjet to Add Chicago-Canada Flights
2.  Global Airlines Increase Schedules In February
3.  Alaska Airlines Plans New Seattle Flights
4.  Three Airports Privatized In Brazil
5.  ANTN Digicast Meets Airport Training Needs
6.  Did You Know
7.  AAAE, IAAE Offer New Benefit To Members
8.  JAL Sees 787 Delivery Delay As Boeing Tackles Fresh Glitch  (Reuters)
9.  Airbus May Offer Wider A320 Aisle Seats For Larger Passengers  (Bloomberg)
10.  How JetBlue Cracked Boston  (Wall Street Journal)
11.  Pinnacle Airlines Amends Deals With United, Continental  (Memphis Business Journal)
12.  Frontier Airlines Wants To Look More Like Spirit  (Miami Herald)
13.  Concessions International Cutting 530 Jobs  (Atlanta Business Chronicle)
14.  Hungary Faces $3.6 Bln Airport Bill Over Malev-Govt  (Reuters)
15.  Airport Expansion Changes Stall  (Sauk Prairie (Minn.) Eagle)
16.  Elmira Corning Airport Has Questions For Customers  (Elmira (N.Y.) Star-Gazette)
17.  Airport Puts Finishing Touches On Terminal Project  (South Bend (Ind.) Tribune)
18.  TSA Expands Program To Speed Travelers Through Airport Screening  (Los Angeles Times)
19.  Auckland Airport Opens Campervan Park  (New Zealand Herald)
20.  Local Rural Airports Stay Open With Federal Funding Extension  (WJAC)
21.  Natrona County Commission Withdraws One Grant Request, Submits Another  (Casper (Wyo.) Star-Tribune)
22.  Eco-Devo Groups, Front Range Airport Want Unmanned Aircraft Site In Colorado  (Denver Business Journal)
23.  Airport’s Yearly Electric Bill $14,000 Less, Manager Tells Board  (Reading (Pa.) Eagle)
24.  Airport To Sign Agreement With Coke  (Baton Rouge (La.) Advocate)
25.  Alaska Airlines Shakes Up South Florida Service  (Local 10 (Miami))
26.  B-G Airport Returns To Normal Operations After Strike  (Jerasalem Post)
27.  Birds Cost Airport A Bomb  (Times of Malta)
28.  EU Regulator Probes French Aid For La Rochelle Airport  (Reuters)
29.  Airport Protests Allege Contract Process Flawed  (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
30.  4 Airports To Get New Air Surveillance Technology  (Economic Times)
31.  DFW Sets Big Refunding With AMT Out Of The Picture  (Bond Buyer)
32.  Cuts By AMR Corp. Hurt Traffic At D/FW International Airport  (Dallas Business Journal)
33.  Airports Press To Boost Capacity  (Financial Times (U.K.))
34.  India’s GMR Infrastructure Loss Widens In Q3  (Reuters)
35.  Spirit Airlines Opens Las Vegas Crew Base, Shares Up  (South Florida Business Journal)
36.  Greenfield Airport: Defence Ministry Clears Haryana Proposal  (Hindustan Times)
37.  Bozeman Airport Teams Up With United Airlines For New York Route  (NBC Montana)
38.  Kalamazoo County Commissioners Approve Cuts To Airport Deputies, Sheriff’s Office  (Kalamazoo (Mich.) News)
39.  Could Chattanooga’s Airport Expand?  (WTVC (Chattanooga, Tenn.))
40.  ADIA Launches Region’s First Airport Mobile Website  (Emirates News Agency (WAM))
41.  Officials Plan Passenger Fee Increase At East Texas Regional Airport  (Longview (Texas) News-Journal)
42.  Flying Colors: St. Louis Regional Airport Passes FAA Inspection  (Alton (Ill.) Telegraph)
43.  County Airport Looking For Marcellus Money  (Beaver County (Pa.) Times)
44.  Spencer Barred From Managing Fuel  (Riverside (Calif.) Press Enterprise)
45.  Ontario Focusing On Federal Support In Bid For Airport Control  (Contra Costa (Calif.) Times)
46.  Ontario Offer For ONT Totals $250 Million  (Inland Valley Daily Bulletin)
47.  Walnut Council To Mull Support Of Ontario’s Push To Control Airport  (Walnut (Calif.) Patch)
48.  City Council Plans Airport Expansion  (Morgan (W.Va.) Daily Athenaeum)
49.  Airport Manager Search Panel, Timeline Set  (Brainerd (Minn.) Dispatch)
50.  Hundreds Of Flights Canceled As French Aviation Strike Enters Day 3  (AP)
51.  Brazil Sells 3 Airports For US$ 14.3 Billion, 4 Times Over The Asked Price  (Brazzil Magazine)
52.  Brazil Privatizes Airports, Raising $14 Billion  (Wall Street Journal)
53.  Cantwell On FAA Aviation Jobs Bill: ‘A Win For Aviation Innovation In Washington’  (
54.  FAA Bill Could Limit Ely Air Service  (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
55.  Acting Ford Airport Chief Sees Reasons To Cheer, Frown At Congress’ Aviation Deal  (West Michigan Business)
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