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May 28, 2009
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More U.S. Airports Add Rail Service to Downtown
from USA Today
Riding the rails between downtown and the airport is becoming a reality for more U.S. travelers. With their roadways jammed with cars and shuttles, a growing number of domestic airports are building or have plans for a rail link that will connect passengers from the terminals to regional metro-rail systems, allowing road warriors and vacationers to ditch their cars. More

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Domestic Airport News

Dulles International Airport, Reagan National Airport Report Drop in Passengers for March
from Washington Business Journal
The economic turbulence weighed heavily on Dulles International Airport and Reagan National Airport in March. Dulles International Airport saw a 10.2 percent drop in passengers and National Airport's passenger totals fell by 8.5 percent. More

Lansing-area Airport Gets $4.3M Inspection Station
from Associated Press via Chicago Tribune
A new $4.3 million U.S. Customs and Border Protection inspection station is opening at Capital Region International Airport. The facility opening Tuesday at the airport located near Lansing in Clinton County's DeWitt Township is at the east end of the main terminal. More


International Airport News

BAA Appeal Antitrust Order To Sell 3 Airports
from The Wall Street Journal
U.K. airport operator BAA Ltd. is asking the Competition Appeal Tribunal to quash the findings in the Competition Commission's report that force it to sell three of its airports, the Tribunal said Friday. More

Airport's New R1.5bn Terminal Almost Ready
from IOL
From a state-of-the-art baggage sorting system to more than a hundred check-in counters, Cape Town International Airport's R1,5-billion new five-story central terminal building is expected to be fully operational within five months. More



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FAA Imposes Temporary Curbs on Private Pilots in L.A. Area
from Associated Press via The Los Angeles Times
Only airlines, law enforcement aircraft and air ambulances will be allowed to fly within a 12-mile radius of Santa Monica Airport between 1:15 p.m. Wednesday and 7:40 a.m. Thursday. More

FY 2009 Cumulative Approved American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Grants (3-16-09 through 5-22-09)
from FAA

ACRP Report: Guidance for Identifying and Mitigating Approach Lighting System Hazards
from ACRP
TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Final Report for ACRP RRD 6: Guidance for Identifying and Mitigating Approach Lighting System Hazards, explores the results of the research on approach lighting system (ALS) hazard identification and mitigation techniques. More

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