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August 15, 2006
Aims To Swap Roles Of Contractors, Agency Employees
A change may be coming to security checkpoints at airports
throughout the nation... and Homeland Security Secretary Michael
Chertoff believes it's about time.
Selling To "Make Ends Meet"
An enterprising New Zealand pilot may be out of a job right now,
but he's not at a loss for ideas on how to raise some needed
Valued At Over $700 Million List
Boeing and New Delhi-based SpiceJet announced Monday that the
airline converted its 10 options into an order for five
Next-Generation 737-800s and five 737-900ERs. SpiceJet first
announced the preliminary agreement for this order in February at
the 2006 Asian Aerospace Air Show in Singapore.
Fixed Much Sooner This Time
What, again? For the second time in a week, one of the
instrument landing systems at LAX went on the fritz... reducing to
about half the rate of landing operations at the airport.
Restrictions Eased, But Delays Continue
Things continue to be very harrowing for passengers trying to
fly to and from Great Britain.
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