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Articles from Airline Industry Information (October 7, 2004)

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Alaska Air facing huge severance bill. Brief Article 116
Baltimore-Washington International Airport given security grant. Brief Article 113
Bombardier cuts jobs and production rate. Brief Article 169
Brazil's Vasp airline on the brink of collapse. Brief Article 170
Concern expressed over system for reporting suspicious behaviour. Brief Article 138
Continental Airlines to begin Belfast-New York flights. Brief Article 91
Delta Air Lines chooses Ogilvy & Mather for new marketing campaign. Brief Article 132
easyJet closes in on Ryanair after bumper September 2004. Brief Article 148
Embraer confirms Republic Airways Holdings order. Brief Article 120
Etihad Airways to enter Indian market. Brief Article 95
Garuda considers more international flights. Brief Article 148
Gatwick baggage handler strike ends. Brief Article 125
GOL announces 28% passenger increase for holiday season. Brief Article 105
Governments set to open up Singapore-Kuala Lumpur route. Brief Article 140
Independence Air offer transfers to 100 maintenance workers. Brief Article 162
Lufthansa to start seven weekly flights to new Nagoya airport. Brief Article 127
Northwest mechanics seek assurances over maintenance facilities. Brief Article 166
SAS Flight Academy AB opens new training centre in Norway. Brief Article 117
SAS reaches agreement with Swedish Transport Workers' Union. Brief Article 187
SAS reports passenger numbers up 2.9% in September 2004. Brief Article 99
Third Malaysia Airlines aircraft vandalised. Brief Article 132
US files complaint with WTO over Airbus subsidies. Brief Article 175

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