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July 21, 2011

Key Milestones Reached In $1.2 Billion JFK Construction Project

Delta Animated Video Previews Expanded Terminal 4

The $1.2 billion expansion of Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport is on schedule, according to a news release from Delta Air Lines. If you're traveling through JFK, the structural steel frame of the Concourse B extension is now visible.

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AIG Looks To Sell ILFC

But Buyers Reportedly Lukewarm Based On Price, Fleet Age

International Leasing Finance Corporation is the largest company in the world involved in the buying and leasing of commercial jetliners, but ILFC parent AIG has made no secret of the fact that it wants to divest itself of the aircraft leasing business.

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Boeing Emphasizes Links With AFRA In Airplanes Life Cycle Management

Thirteen Thousand Planes Will Be Removed From Service In Next 20 Years

In a speech Tuesday, Boeing vice president for Environment, Health and Safety Mary Armstrong commended  AFRA for the way it enhances the company's ability to deliver innovative environmental solutions throughout the life cycle of its products, particularly in terms of end of service options.

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AA Splits Massive Order Between Boeing, Airbus

American Places Orders And Options For 560 Airplanes

In a move that was largely telegraphed to the media last week, American Airlines announced a massive fleet replacement plan on Wednesday that includes orders and options for as many as 300 Boeing 737's, and 260 Airbus A320 family aircraft.

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American Plans To Let 'Eagle' Fly On Its Own

AMR Corporation Announces Intent To Move Forward With The Divestiture Of American Eagle

AMR Corporation, the parent company of American Airlines, announced Wednesday its intent to move forward with the divestiture of AMR Eagle Holding Corporation ("Eagle").

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TSA Says It Is Taking Steps To Further Enhance Passenger Privacy

New Software To Be Installed On AIT Machines To Eliminate Passenger-Specific Images

TSA Administrator John S. Pistole announced Wednesday that the agency will begin installing new software on its millimeter wave Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) machines ... making upgrades designed to enhance privacy by eliminating passenger-specific images.

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