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December 10, 2012
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  • Union exec warns of Boeing engineer strike in early 2013
    With mediation talks between Boeing and its engineers union suspended until the new year, union officials are beginning to make preparations for a strike. "I think there is a very high chance of a strike," said Ray Goforth, executive director of the Society of Engineering Employees in Aerospace. The Seattle Times (12/7) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Pressure from U.S., China, other nations led to delay of EU ETS
    Significant pressure on the European Union led to the postponement by one year of the implementation of its emissions-trading scheme. U.S. and Chinese opposition played a key role in the postponement. Airlines for America spent more than two years persuading the Obama administration and Congress to oppose the scheme and is now focusing its attention on regulation and tax overhaul. "This issue has really united unions, corporations and the industry in a new way, and the airlines absolutely want to build on that as we move into a national airline policy," said Sean Kennedy, senior vice president for global government affairs at A4A. Reuters (12/9) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • GAO: Privatized security screeners need better guidance
    The Transportation Security Administration's program to privatize security screenings in some airports needs to offer stronger guidelines, says a report released by the Government Accountability Office. The TSA also needs to create a formal process for measuring the program's performance before it is expanded, the report says. Government Security News (12/7) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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Position TitleCompany NameLocation
Seaplane Technical ConsultantConfidentialMultiple Locations, United States
Sr. Analyst Operations PerformanceUS AirwaysPittsburgh, PA
Director, EngineeringSouthern Air Inc.Norwalk, CT
Quality Assurance RepresentativeMiami Air InternationalMiami, FL
Manager, Strategic Procurement (Technical)WestJetCalgary, Canada
Sr. Analyst, Revenue ManagementVirgin AmericaBurlingame, CA
Mx Program Project EngineerFedEx ExpressMemphis, TN
FUEL FACILITIES MANAGER-MSPServisairMinneapolis, MN
Vice President, TreasuryWestJetCalgary, Canada
Yield Management Analyst I, II or SeniorAlaska AirlinesSeattle, WA
Warranty SupervisorVirgin AmericaBurlingame, CA
Director of Inflight & CateringVirgin AmericaBurlingame, CA
Station Manager - Los Angeles International Airport LAX AccuFleet InternationalLos Angeles, CA
Assistant Manager Aircraft Exterior Wash - Orlando International Airport MCOAccuFleet InternationalOrlando, FL
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