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Aviation News Today for Wednesday, April 25, 2012

April 26, 2012
1.  Delta Posts Improved First-Quarter Results
2.  US Airways Reports First Quarter Profit
3.  FAA Lists EAS Airports Eligible For Higher AIP Share
4.  San Diego Marks Milestone In ‘Green Build’ Program
5.  Fitch Rates San Antonio Bonds
6.  Sea-Tac Airport Rental Car Facility Given LEED Silver Award
7.  New Facilities To Be Built At Mena Airport
8.  Naples Airport Launches ‘Fly Quiet’ Campaign
9.  GLC-AAAE To Award Professional Assistance Grants
10.  ANTN Digicast Offers Two Training Solutions
11.  IAG Keeps Out Of American Airlines Battle  (Wall Street Journal)
12.  Congress Close To Ex-Im Bank Deal  (Politico)
13.  US Airlines Carry 1.1% More Passengers In Jan Over Year Ago – BTS  (Wall Street Journal)
14.  U.S. Teams With India In Massive New Biofuel Project  (CleanTechnica)
15.  Geese Slam Into JetBlue Plane Taking Off In Westchester  (New York Post)
16.  FAA Wants Detailed Inspections Of Boeing 757 Windshields  (Wall Street Journal)
17.  APA President: US Airways Plans To Submit An Alternative Reorganization Plan  (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
18.  Boeing Earnings, Revenue Top Expectations  (Reuters)
19.  Brazil’s Gol Denies Talks To Sell 20% Stake To Delta  (Wall Street Journal)
20.  Forbes Earnings Preview: JetBlue Airways  (Forbes)
21.  United Airlines Seen Posting 1Q Loss  (CBS MoneyWatch )
22.  Pinnacle Airlines Expects To Furlough 450 Of Its Pilots  (Memphis Commerical Appeal)
23.  Hawaiian Airlines’ Earnings Soar  (Honolulu Star-Advertiser)
24.  US Airways Accords Aid Labor In AMR Talks, Union Banker Says  (Bloomberg)
25.  US Airways Books 1Q Profit On Gain  (AP)
26.  Delta Shows Strong Revenue Growth  (Wall Street Journal)
27.  Lambert Moves Forward On Baggage Claim Renovation  (St. Louis Business Journal)
28.  Airport 2012: What’s Hot On The Runways  (Portfolio.com)
29.  Frequent-Flyer Guru Randy Peterson To Airports: Give Travellers What They Want  (APEX Editor’s Blog)
30.  Former TSA Administrator: Nation’s Airport Security ‘Doesn’t Work Now’  (The Hill)
31.  Sea-Tac Opens Screening Fast Lane  (Seattle Times)
32.  Airport Posts Healthy Profit  (Winnipeg Sun)
33.  SM Airport Runway Nearly Open For Business  (Santa Maria (Calif.) Times)
34.  Hyderabad Airport May See Flat Traffic Growth This Fiscal  (The Hindu Business Line)
35.  Passport Readers To Reduce Queues At Dubai Airport  (Gulf News)
36.  Airport Lighting Project To Go Out To Bid Again  (Ironton (Ohio) Tribune)
37.  Shreveport Airport Authority Exploring New Service  (Shreveport (La.) Times)
38.  Ryanair Agreements With France’s Nimes Airport Probed By EU  (Bloomberg)
39.  AERA To Raise Landing, Parking Charges  (Indian Express)
40.  China Eastern, Cathay Downgrade 1Q Profit Forecast  (Air Transport World)
41.  BAA Agrees To Sell Edinburgh Airport  (Air Transport World)
42.  IATA Urges Expansion Of Suvarnabhumi Airport  (Air Transport World)
43.  Embraer, China’s ICBC Leasing Ink Financing Deal  (Air Transport World)
44.  Qantas Eyes Singapore Base  (Air Transport World)
45.  IATA: Premium Traffic Continues Positive Trend In February  (Air Transport World)
46.  Embraer 1Q Deliveries Up By One Aircraft  (Air Transport World)
47.  London Southend Airport Extension Wins Approval  (Breaking Travel News)
48.  Virtual Tower May Be The Answer At Local Airport  (Beckley (W.Va.) Register-Herald)
49.  Livingston Municipal Airport Soars To New Heights  (Cookeville (Tenn.) Herald-Citizen)
50.  London Gatwick Lures Asian Airlines To Fuel Growth  (Reuters)
51.  Arabtec-TAV Group Nears $3 Billion Abu Dhabi Airport Contract  (Reuters)
52.  Second Airport Decision ‘Critical’: Joyce  (Sydney Morning Herald )
53.  Westminster Group Wins Saudi Arabia Airport Scanner Contract  (Proactive Investors UK)
54.  Flint Bishop Airport Filling Available Seats In March, But Number Of Seats Remains Down  (Mid-Michigan Business)
55.  Appeal Of Airport Concessions Contracts Denied  (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
56.  Airport Hangar Bid Hits Snag  (Somerset (Pa.) Daily American)
57.  Bob Hope Airport Officials Authorize $82.7M In Bonds For Transit Center  (Glendale (Calif.) News-Press)
58.  Bob Hope Airport Ad Plan Gets Poor Review  (Burbank (Calif.) Leader)
59.  Gary Airport Hires Former Indy Airport Chief  (Gary (Ind.) Post-Tribune)
60.  Changi Airport Handled 15.3% More Passengers In March Year-On-Year  (Straits Times)
61.  Abu Dhabi International Airport: Best In Middle East  (Khaleej Times
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