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Airlines for America SmartBrief

News for America's commercial airlines professional

Airlines for America SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Airlines for America

Southwest reports increase in June traffic

7/9/2014

  • RTT News
  • Dallas Morning News (free content), The

Southwest Airlines posted a 2.2% increase in traffic for June on a year-over-year basis. The carrier also estimates its passenger revenue per available seat mile rose by 7% to 8% for the month, when c… Read More

AAAE Security SmartBrief

Airport security news

AAAE Security SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: American Association of Airport Executives

Boeing revises upward its 20-year forecast

7/10/2014

  • CNBC
  • Reuters

The Boeing Company's newly released industry forecast calls for 36,770 new airplanes over the next 20 years, a 4.2% increase compared with last year's forecast. Boeing expects 25,680 of those new airc… Read More

AIA dailyLead®

Defense and aerospace news

AIA dailyLead®

Published in partnership with: Aerospace Industries Association

Expert: Pentagon must look globally for new R&D

7/9/2014

  • FederalNewsRadio.com

The U.S. must accelerate defense research and development, and consider technological advances that come from the commercial world or overseas partners, said Bill Lynn, CEO of Finmeccanica North Ameri… Read More

apexnews Daily SmartBrief

The best stories about the airline passenger experience

apexnews Daily SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Airline Passenger Experience Association

Airport retail gets a boost from Facebook

7/8/2014

  • Skift

London Heathrow, Singapore Changi and Hong Kong International Airport are turning to technology to boost retail sales, both through their own online sites and by techniques such as using Facebook to r… Read More

Aviation eBrief

General aviation news

Aviation eBrief

Published in partnership with: Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

N.M. foundation to replicate historic airfield

7/9/2014

  • Deming Headlight (N.M.), The

The First Aero Squadron Foundation plans to develop some 220 acres on the edge of Columbus, N.M., with specific improvements that would memorialize what the group calls the "Birthplace of American Air… Read More