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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

JetBlue CEO: Mint service could expand to Boston

7/30/2014

  • Boston.com

David Barger, CEO of JetBlue Airways, said the carrier is considering adding its Mint premium seating to more flights. JetBlue could add its Mint cabin to flights from Boston to Los Angeles and San Fr… Read More

AAAE Security SmartBrief

Airport security news

AAAE Security SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: American Association of Airport Executives

TSA notes uptick in forbidden items at Ga. airport

7/29/2014

  • WJCL-TV/WTGS-TV (Savannah, Ga.)

Transportation Security Administration officers say they are seeing an increase in prohibited items at Georgia's Savannah Hilton Head International Airport. Credit card knives are among the most commo… Read More

AIA dailyLead®

Defense and aerospace news

AIA dailyLead®

Published in partnership with: Aerospace Industries Association

AIA, MPAA urge FAA to lift restrictions on drones for movie production

7/30/2014

  • Hollywood Reporter (free content), The

Use of unmanned aircraft systems in movie production could be in danger if the Federal Aviation Administration does not revise its regulations. That's the message being sent this week in a letter to t… Read More

apexnews Daily SmartBrief

The best stories about the airline passenger experience

apexnews Daily SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Airline Passenger Experience Association

Budapest Airport eases Fast Track Lane access for all passengers

7/29/2014

  • Travel Daily News International (Greece)

All passengers can now access the Fast Track Lane at Budapest Airport in order to get through security with minimal delays. The special lane is available free to first- and business-class passengers, … Read More

Aviation eBrief

General aviation news

Aviation eBrief

Published in partnership with: Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

Indian manufacturer rebrands GA aircraft line

7/30/2014

  • AIN Online

Mahindra Aerospace, based in India, acquired Australian aircraft manufacturer GippsAero in 2009. Mahindra is now rebranding the Gipps GA8 piston-driven single and the GA10 turboprop as the Airvan 8 an… Read More

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