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November 14, 2007

Are Talks Of A Delta-United Merger Bunk?

Carriers Dispel Report Fueled By Unnamed Source, Hedge Fund

Don't believe everything an unnamed source tells you. That's the message officials at Delta Air Lines and United Airlines had late Wednesday, regarding a report by The Associated Press the two airlines were in talks to join forces.

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Aero-News Featured Aero-Casts For Wednesday 11.14.07

Investigative Reporter Dave Savini, On ICE Arrests At O'Hare

ANN Daily Touch N Go: 11.14.07 (ANN's Short-Form Daily News Program) ANN Daily Aero-Briefing: 11.14.07 (ANN's Long-Form Daily News Program) ANN Special Feature -- ICE Arrests At O'Hare: 11.14.07 (ANN Special Report, with Investigative Reporter Dave Savini.)

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Oh My, Dubai! Boeing, Airbus Add To Order Tallies

Airbus Says 2007 Will Be Its Year

For those of us who expected Boeing to walk away with the 2007 sales crown just a few months ago -- and this editor resembles that remark -- Airbus would like to set the record straight.

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Where There's Smoke, There's An Evacuation

Hot Suitcase Delays US Airways Flight

A US Airways/America West flight was delayed Tuesday morning at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, when baggage crews spotted smoke eminating from a suitcase being loaded into the aircraft's cargo hold.

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Virgin Nigeria Orders E-Jets Aplenty

Upsized Regional Jets Will Replace Older Narrowbodies

Embraer has signed the growing Virgin Nigeria airlines for eight Embraer E-170s and two E-190s, all Advanced Range (AR) versions. The deal includes options for another six Embraer 190 and purchase rights for eight Embraer 190 or Embraer 195 jets.

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If You Like Lines, DEN Is Your Airport

Has Longest Security Lines Among US Airports

The Transportation Security Administration's handling of security lines are being blamed for transforming Denver International Airport from a place with some of the shortest waits in the nation... to one with some of the longest lines during fiscal year 2007.

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ARINC Steps Up Support Of Aviation In Middle East

Will Accelerate Work On VHF Network In Region

Following major contract wins at three of the largest airport construction projects in the Middle East, ARINC Incorporated this week announced it will accelerate its planned investment in the region by building out an extensive network of VHF air-ground stations over the coming months.

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