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Tighter security could slow biz travel

Dec 28, 2009
After the failed attack on a Detroit-bound airliner, people flying into the United States from other countries could face longer waits and extra security screenings at airports. Amy Scott reports.
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Airbus's A380 still dealing with delays

Dec 28, 2009
Two years after the launch of Airbus's A380 jet, only 23 of them are in service. The delays have been largely due to complex wiring. Stephen Beard reports.
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Who will pay for extra airport security?

Dec 28, 2009
Airport security is tightening up after the holiday's failed terrorist attack, and the additional expenses will be divided between federal and local governments. Alisa Roth offers this breakdown.
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BA strike may strand holiday travelers

Dec 16, 2009
Cabin crews at British Airways have voted to launch a 12-day strike. If your travel plans include London this holiday season, things could get interesting. Christopher Werth reports.
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A turbulent outlook ahead for airlines

Dec 15, 2009
According to a new report by the the International Air Transport Association, the airline industry is expected to lose $5.6 billion next year. Jeremy Hobson explores trouble spots and where there may actually be profit.
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Boeing Dreamliner ready for flight test

Dec 14, 2009
Boeing's 787 Dreamliner is finally set to fly after a series of problems and delays that has put the aircraft two years behind schedule. But some analysts think it may be too soon to celebrate. Mitchell Hartman reports.
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Copenhagen tackles airline emissions

Dec 8, 2009
The aviation industry is facing pressure in Copenhagen over its carbon emissions. Bill Radke talks to Marketplace's Stephen Beard, who explains why it's a sensitive issue and what's concerning developing countries.
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U.S., Russia vie to produce India's jets

Nov 24, 2009
India plans to spend $10 billion on new fighter jets for its military, and Boeing and Lockheed Martin are both vying for the contract. Meanwhile, Russia is trying to maintain its footing as India's primary combat jet provider. Jeff Tyler reports.
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Issues persist in FAA's flight system

Nov 19, 2009
A Federal Aviation Administration computer glitch caused flight delays and cancellations. Hans Weber, owner of an aviation consulting firm, talks with Kai Ryssdal about what's going on with plans to update the system.
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Flight delays, cancellations from glitch

Nov 19, 2009
A glitch in the Federal Aviation Administration computer program that tracks flight plans has caused widespread flight delays and cancellations. Steve Chiotakis talks to airline analyst David Field about the impact this is having.
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