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Fwd: Aviation News Today for Friday, January 6, 2012

April 11, 2012
1.  NTSB Releases Agenda For Air Race/Show Hearing
2.  Moody’s Affirms New Orleans Airport Bond Ratings
3.  Boeing Announces Record Year For 777 Orders
4.  Medford, Ore., Airport Bond Rating Maintained
5.  NTSB Fullfills GAO Recommendations
6.  Information Requested On Airport Incentive Programs
7.  United To Keep ‘Rhapsody In Blue’ As Theme Song  (Chicago Tribune)
8.  Travel Predictions For 2012: Doom And Gloom May Boost Tourism  (USA Today)
9.  Tampa Airport To Consider $27.6 Million Airside-Terminal Upgrade  (Tampa Tribune)
10.  Europe Stands Firm On Airline Emissions, Raising Fears Of A Trade Conflict  (New York Times)
11.  “Minor” Cracks Are Discovered In A380 Wings  (Airwise)
12.  Boeing Wins Order For 25 Dreamliners In Boost After Delays On Latest Jet  (Bloomberg)
13.  Boeing’s Orders Trail Airbus  (Wall Street Journal)
14.  US Airways Reports Strong Holiday Traffic Numbers  (Phoenix Business Journal)
15.  December Traffic Up 5.5 Pct. On Alaska Airlines  (AP)
16.  JetBlue Starts Flights From Bradley To Puerto Rico  (AP)
17.  Delta Passenger Traffic Roughly Flat In 2011  (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
18.  AMR’s American Air Traffic Falls On Lower Domestic Capacity  (Wall Street Journal)
19.  AMR To Meet Debt Obligations On CRJ700 Fleet  (
20.  Boeing Orders Up 52% In 2011  (Air Transport World)
21.  EC: China Must Comply With EU Law  (Air Transport World)
22.  How Airline Labor Policies Affect All Fliers — And The Nation  (USA TODAY)
23.  India’s Kingfisher Called Out On Debt, Safety  (Air Transport World)
24.  Japan Airlines IPO Expected To Raise Up To $13 Billion  (Air Transport World)
25.  IATA Reports Airlines Making Profits, Despite Tough Times  (TravelPulse)
26.  IATA: Airlines Had Solid 2011 Third Quarter Despite Slow Economy  (Air Transport World)
27.  Brussels Airlines Begins Service To The US  (Air Transport World)
28.  Frequent Fliers Will Enjoy Shorter Security Line At Sacramento Airport  (Sacramento Bee)
29.  Singapore Air, Qantas Say Cracks Found In Airbus A380  (Reuters)
30.  American, US Air Add Surcharges In Wake Of EU Law  (Reuters)
31.  Lawmaker Targets TSA’s Big Chunk Of Change  (MSNBC)
32.  Auckland Airport May Be Targeted Asset  (Stuff (New Zealand))
33.  Shreveport Airport Gets Facelift  (KTBS Shreveport)
34.  Concord Regional Airport Gets $5.46M Grant For Improvements  (Concord (N.C.) Independent Tribune)
35.  Airports Hope FAA Bill Takes Flight When Lawmakers Return  (The Hill)
36.  Airport Line On Track With More Trains  (Hong Kong Standard)
37.  Editorial: Fitting Landing For Airport Art  (Winnipeg Free Press)
38.  Battle To Buy Edinburgh Airport Poised To Erupt  (Vancouver Sun)
39.  Lambert Officials Predict April Reopening For Tornado-Damaged Concourse  (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
40.  Abilene Municipal Airport Awarded KDOT Funds For Runway Markings  (Abilene (Kan.) Reflector-Chronicle)
41.  Firm With Clout Holds On To O’Hare People Mover Contract  (Chicago Sun Times)
42.  La Guardia Terminal Update Sought  (Wall Street Journal)
43.  Sonoma County Airport Traffic Up 9.8%  (North Bay Business Journal (Calif.))
44.  Airport Runway Addition Project Taxis On In Bay Minette  ( (Ala.))
45.  Crime At LAX Drops 27% Despite Passenger Traffic Increase  (Torrance (Calif.) Daily Breeze)
46.  AirTran Departs Q-C Today  (Quad City Times)
47.  Airport Board: Final Draft Of Environmental Assessment Complete  (Aberdeen (S.D.) News)
48.  Langham Airport Logistics Receives An Exclusive Contract  (Logistics Week)
49.  Tripura Airport Being Upgraded For Hasina’s Visit  (Zee News (India))
50.  TSA Shortcut Line Starts At Both Sacramento Airport Terminals  (Modesto (Calif.) Bee)
51.  Airport Officials To Privatize Business Division  (WTVA (Miss.))
52.  Bradley Airport To San Juan, Puerto Rico Service Begins On JetBlue?  (Springfield (Mass.) Republican)
53.  Court OKs Airport Groin Searches For Drugs  (San Francisco Chronicle)
54.  Local Airport Lights Way  (Natchez (Miss.) Democrat)
55.  House Passes Bill To Track Airport Security Abuse  (New Hampshire Union Leader)
56.  DFW Airport Board OKs Giving Priority To Natural Gas Taxis  (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
57.  Residents Sue Over Noise From New Runway  (Charlotte Observer)
58.  Tampa Airport To Consider $27.6 Million Airside-Terminal Upgrade  (Tampa Tribune)
59.  Reed Signs Airport Deal, Releases Names Of Evaluators  (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
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