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January 28, 2008

A319 'Spy Plane' Joins Fight Against Antarctic Whaling

Aussies Monitoring Japanese "Scientific" Mission

Nevermind the A380... here's a true Airbus "whalejet." Australia has deployed an impressive new tool in its opposition against Japanese whaling operations in the Antarctic -- an A319 narrowbody, outfitted with advanced surveillance and imaging equipment.

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Economic Slump? What Economic Slump?

Airlines Report No Signs Yet Of Downturn

When it comes to monitoring for signs -- any signs -- of a US economic recession, one could argue no one remains more vigilant than the nation's airlines... but try as they might to see signs of a looming slowdown, most say they just haven't seen it... yet.

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MacArthur-Islip Airport To Keep Flight Departure System

FAA Won’t Move Equipment Away

The Federal Aviation Administration has agreed to leave the Departure Control System at MacArthur-Islip Airport (ISP) on Long Island, NY.

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Southwest 737 Slides Off Pavement At GEG

Incident Closes Airport Sunday Afternoon

All 118 passengers and five crewmembers onboard a Southwest Airlines 737 are safe, after the plane apparently slid off a snow-slicked taxiway after landing at Washington's Spokane International Airport (GEG) Sunday afternoon.

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