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Aviation News Today for Monday

April 9, 2013
1Delta, Virgin Atlantic File For Antitrust Immunity
2United Extends Newark Liberty Lease
3Atlanta, JFK Rated As Top Airports In Boardings
4Delta, US Airways Report NextGen Advances
5Afghanistan Near-Term Aviation Contracts Available
6Did You Know
7Midway Launches Rental Car Center  (Chicago Tribune)
8Frontier To Offer Flights Out Of New Castle Airport  (Wilmington (Delaware) News Journal)
9Traffic Jam At The Airport Terminal  (Albany (N.Y.) Times-Union)
10Boeing Completes 787 Battery Certification Test Flights  (Air Transport World)
11Reports: Mandala Airlines Plans To Order 18 A320s  (Air Transport World)
12Cyprus Airways Facing Bankruptcy, Seeks Financial Aid  (Air Transport World)
13EasyJet Expects To Halve Losses In Six-Month Period  (Air Transport World)
14Delta Sues US Export-Import Bank Over Loan Guarantees  (Air Transport World)
15Gary Airport Moving Ahead To Seek Investors  (Northwest Indiana Times)
16Consumers Benefited From Airline Mergers  (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
17EU Carbon Data Signals Airlines May Need To Buy Permits  (Bloomberg)
18787 Testing Done, Boeing Ready To Quickly Retrofit Fleet  (Seattle Times)
19Airline Quality Report Sorts Out The Duds From The Dynamos In 2012  (CNN)
20American Raises Lounge Rates As Fliers Demand More Amenities  (CNBC)
21American Airlines Ugrades Severance Package  (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
22Pinnacle Airlines Finds A New Owner And A New Headquarters  (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
23Sequestration Seen As Airline Drag As U.S. Cuts Travel  (Bloomberg)
24F.A.A. Delays Closings Of Airport Towers Forced By Cuts  (New York Times)
25‘Sequester’ Budget Cuts Have Not Delayed Airline Flights  (Los Angeles Times)
26Invented: A Much Better Way To Predict Airline Delays  (Popular Science)
27TSA Chief: I’m Still Going To Let Knives Back On Planes  (USA Today)
28Quicker Screening Could Ease Airport Lines  (Politico)
29Airport Seeks New Bids For Runway Finishing Work  (Erie (Pa.) News-Times)
30Jet2 Suspends Flights At Belfast  (Belfast Telegraph)
31Sky Train An Example Of Airports’ Efforts To Please Travelers  (Arizona Republic)
32Oneworld Alliance Rejects Don Mueang Airport Move  (Bangkok Post)
33Public Gets Its 1st Crack At Phoenix Airport Train  (AP)
34Flights From Jack Brooks Airport Averaged Half-Full In First Few Weeks  (Beaumont (Texas) Enterprise)
35New Dubai Airport Plans Passenger Flights In October  (AP)
36Hong Kong Airport Launches Investigation Into Cathay Airbridge Collapse  (South China Morning Post)
37A.C. Airport Takeover/Flight Plan Unclear  (Press of Atlantic CIty (N.J.))
38Japan Conducts 787 Battery Test At Airport  (AFP)
39Madurai Airport’s Future Hinges On Centre  (The Hindu (India))
40Cardiff Airport Announces Appointment Of New CEO  (CAPA Centre for Aviation)
41Editorial: Keep Rural Airport Towers Open, Cut Other Federal Spending  (Beaumont (Texas) Enterprise)
42The Next Tech At Sea-Tac: Airport WiFi And Power Outlets Are Just The Beginning  (Seattle Times)
43Maine Congressional Delegation Fights To Keep Overnight Hours At Bangor Airport Tower  (Bangor (Maine) Daily News)
44Airport Looks To Add Hangars To Meet Demand  (Jamestown (N.D.) Sun)
45Is It Time For Airport Security To Come Full Circle?  (Huffington Post)
46Sebring Airport Might Become Home For Drones  (Tampa Tribune)
47World’s Most Beautiful Airports  (USA Today)
48Berlin’s Airport Project Delays Shame Germans  (AP)
49Quicker Screening Could Ease Airport Lines  (Politico)
50The Sequester Takes Effect On Norwood Airport  (WBUR (Mass.))
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