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September 10, 2007

Fight Against FAA's NYC Airspace Redesign Plan Intensifies

Pols Call FAA "Lawless" And "Arrogant" Agency

Several New York-area politicians aren't taking too kindly to the Federal Aviation Administration right now.

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China Airlines Completes 737-800 Fleet Inspections

Carrier Says There Are No Further Safety Concerns

China Airlines has completed the required inspections on its own and Mandarin Airlines 13 Boeing 737-800 aircraft, according to a Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) emergency airworthiness directive (EAD).

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D/FW International Gives Something Back To Airlines

Projected Budget Surplus Means Refunds For Carriers

Nearly three years after Delta Air Lines pulled its hub operation out of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport -- leaving scores of unemployed workers and vacant gates in its wake -- things are now far rosier for the central US mega-airport... and airport officials are giving something back.

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Boeing Delivers Emirates' First 777-200LR Worldliner

Carrier Has 10 Long-Legged Triple Sevens On Order

Boeing told ANN recently the American planemaker completed delivery August 31 of the first 777-200LR Worldliner bound for Dubai-based Emirates.

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