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Aviation News Today for Wednesday, January 18, 2012

April 11, 2012
1.  Alaska Air Expands California Service
2.  Delta, WestJet Implement Codeshare Pact
3.  John Schalliol To Retire From South Bend Airport
4.  Lynn Kusy, C.M., Profiled In Article
5.  Salina Airport Progresses With ARFF Station Construction
6.  ANTN Digicast Meets Airport Training Needs
7.  Did You Know
8.  Southwest, Like Other Airlines, to Squeeze More (Comfortable) Seats Into Planes  (Wall Street Journal)
9.  AirTran Ordered To Reinstate Pilot  (Wall Street Journal)
10.  Union Targets Vulnerable GOP Freshmen On FAA Bill  (The Hill)
11.  Industry Hoping Next FAA Bill Has Smoother Ride Through Congress  (The Hill)
12.  Flying Into Europe Now Comes With A Carbon Cost; Maybe That’s A Boon For Airlines  (Platts/The Barrel blog)
13.  EU Tells Clinton It Won’t Abandon Carbon Limits For Airlines  (Bloomberg)
14.  On The Horizon, Planes Powered By Plant Fuel  (New York Times)
15.  Boeing Increases 747-8 Family weights  ( (U.K.))
16.  Supply Chain Continuity Is Main Risk For Airbus A350 Program  (Wall Street Journal)
17.  U.S. Airlines Show India Not As Hot As Thought  (
18.  American Airlines Is Better Off Flying Solo  (
19.  EARNINGS PREVIEW: US Airlines’ 4Q Saw Fuel Prices Rise  (Wall Street Journal)
20.  Earnings Preview: Southwest Expected To Post Gain  (AP)
21.  Spirit Airlines Shareholders To Sell 11M Shares In Public Offer  (Wall Street Journal)
22.  Taking The Fast Track To The Boarding Gate  (CNBC)
23.  TSA Agents Find Concealed Weapon At LYH  (WSET-TV (Lynchburg, Va.))
24.  PreCheck Passenger Screening To Begin For American Flights At LAX  (San Jose Mercury News)
25.  India’s Civil Aviation Minister Supports Foreign Airline Investment  (Air Transport World)
26.  ICAO Chief Promises Global Emissions Proposal By End 2012  (Air Transport World)
27.  Airbus Has Record-Breaking 2011, Targets Up To 650 New Orders In 2012  (Air Transport World)
28.  Air China Receives Capital Injection From Beijing For Sustainable Development  (Air Transport World)
29.  Iberia Faces More Strikes From Jan. 25  (Air Transport World)
30.  Russian Authorities Postpone Implementation Of New TCAS Regulations  (Air Transport World)
31.  UTair Group Sees 31.1% Hike In Passenger Numbers  (Air Transport World)
32.  DFW Readies Dubai Flight Plans  (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
33.  Cute But Tough, With A Nose For The Food In Your Bags  (New York Times)
34.  Airports Prepare For Super Bowl Visitors, No Traffic Yet  (Indiana Public Media)
35.  Part Of Closed Concourse D To Spring Back To Life  (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
36.  Munich Airport Posts Sharp Rise In Passenger Traffic In 2011  (Moodie Report)
37.  Paris Airport Retrofits To Woo Chinese Tourists  (China Daily)
38.  Security Upgrades At John Wayne Airport Might Mean Longer Lines  (Los Angeles Times)
39.  Eugene Airport Enjoys Record Year Of Passengers  (Eugene (Ore.) Register Guard)
40.  Ford Airport Passenger Numbers Soar To Record High In 2011  (Grand Rapids (Mich.) Press)
41.  New Terminal Not Ready For Occupancy  (Hannibal (Mo.) Courier-Post)
42.  Tompkins Airport Sets Passenger Record  (Ithaca (N.Y.) Journal)
43.  Windsor Airport Woos WestJet  (Windor (Ontario) Star)
44.  Tupelo Regional Airport Enhancing Safety Measures  (WTVA (Miss.))
45.  Judge: Atlanta Has To Turn Over More Documents To Losing Airport Companies  (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
46.  Peoria Airport Seeing More Passengers, Flights  (Peoria (Ill.) Journal Star)
47.  Salt Lake City Airport Overhaul Finally Taking Flight  (Salt Lake Tribune)
48.  Airport: LA Fires Back After Ontario Polls Voters  (Riverside (Calif.) Press-Enterprise)
49.  L.A. Voters Say Ontario Should Control Its Airport, Poll Finds  (Los Angeles Times)
50.  Thames Estuary Airport Plans To Be Examined  (BBC)
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