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March 16, 2010

Secretary Napolitano Meets With Asia/Pacific Counterparts In Tokyo

Group Discussed Ways To Bolster International Aviation Security

DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano was in Tokyo last week at the invitation of the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism to meet with top officials from the Asia/Pacific region and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to discuss ways to bolster global aviation security.

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Fourth 787 Joins Boeing Flight-Test Fleet

Only Test Aircraft To Include Some Elements Of Passenger Interior

Boeing has added the fourth 787 Dreamliner to its flight-test fleet with the completion of the first flight of ZA003. The airplane departed Paine Field in Everett, WA, at 1055 PDT Sunday, and landed at 1401 at Boeing Field in Seattle.

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American Says No Pilot Furloughs In April

Airline Has Re-evaluated The Number Of Pilots It Will Need

American Airlines told its pilots on Friday that it would not need to impose mandatory furloughs in April as it had previously thought. The airline cited a higher than expected attrition rate as the reason 175 pilots would not be let go in two weeks.

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