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October 22, 2005

So, How Did It Go In Talks Between US, EU?

Transatlantic Talks Wrap Up After A Week

The already strained relationship between the US and the European Union is being put to the test this week, as trade negotiators work to replace the myriad of aviation agreements between the continents with a single, unified open skies pact. There's money on the line here -- industry executives figure a unified deal will mean about $5 billion more air travel business every year.

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The Passengers Are Revolting

And The Plane's In Bad Shape, Too

It started when a German passenger aboard and Air China flight from Beijing to Nanchang noticed something just didn't sound right as the pilot started the engines. In spite of an apparent language barrier, the German's concerns became the entire cabin's concerns and the flight was stopped before it could take off.

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TSA Screener Accused Of Stealing Cash From Checked Bag

$80,000 Was On Its Way To Pakistan

A TSA screener at JFK International in New York was charged Thursday with stealing $80,000 in cash from luggage bound for Pakistan. The 23-year old screener reportedly admitted he'd stolen at least some of the cash and was promptly arrested.

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Boeing Names KAL Division To Build Dreamliner Wingtips

Not Just A Supplier, But A Customer, Too!

Boeing has selected the Aerospace Division of Korean Air, KAL-ASD, to manufacture wingtips for an extended-range version of its upcoming 787 airliner.

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