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March 20, 2009
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FAA Releases Q&A Fact Sheet on Economic Stimulus Grants
from FAA
The FAA issued a question and answer fact sheet that provides detailed information on how the agency will administer funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009. More

Domestic Airport News

Austin Airport Shines in International Airport Survey
from the Austin American Statesman
Austin's airport was ranked third worldwide among airports its size in an international survey of airports and third in North America. More

Court Affirms Airport's Gun-Free Status
from Aviation News
An appeals court has ruled that Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International may prohibit concealed weapons inside the airport. The court last week affirmed a lower court decision that found Georgia House Bill 89 does not apply to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International. More


International Airport News

France Braces for Airport, Train Disruption in Strike
from Bloomberg
France’s train network, airports, and public schools face work stoppages for the second time in two months tomorrow after unions called for a strike to protest the government’s “inadequate” response to the economic slump. More

Pilot Strike Hits Domestic Flights at Japan's ANA
from Reuters
A strike by pilots forced the cancellation of 137 domestic flights at All Nippon Airways Co, Japan's second-biggest airline, on Wednesday, stranding 9,400 people. Around 15 percent of ANA's flights were stopped by the 24-hour strike, the airline said in a statement, caused by a dispute over pilot training and safety standards. More

Airlines Begin Shift to New Terminal at IGI
from Indian Express
Domestic aircarriers scheduled to relocate to the new domestic departure terminal at Indira Gandhi International Airport which is to start operating from April 4, have begun the process of shifting. More


TSA: More Gate Searches in Store for Fliers
from USA Today
A new, more aggressive effort by airport screeners aims to halt randomly selected passengers for a security check just before they step onto their departing plane, according to a government memo obtained by USA TODAY. More

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