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December 7, 2011
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  • US Airways CFO touts benefits of consolidation
    US Airways believes in the benefits of consolidation, Chief Financial Officer Derek Kerr says. However, he did not say in a recent webcast whether the carrier was considering a merger with American Airlines. "A key thing in this industry has been consolidation. We've been a proponent of consolidation since 2005," he said. The Wall Street Journal (12/6), Reuters (12/6) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • TSA improperly denied grant to American, court finds
    The Transportation Security Administration improperly rejected American Airlines' request for reimbursement for a baggage security system at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport, according to a federal appeals court. The panel of judges found the TSA acted "arbitrarily and capriciously" when it rejected American's application for a $30 million grant, and it urged the TSA to reconsider its decision. Bloomberg (12/6) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Airlines request year's delay for new DOT rules
    Several airlines have requested that the Department of Transportation give them one year to install the technology required to implement two of the agency's new rules regarding fees. One rule involves detailed disclosure on fees per itinerary, including the factors that may affect policies regarding baggage. The second rule requires airlines to implement consistent fees and allowances policies on multisegment flights. Travel Weekly (12/6) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • United Continental will be part of TSA's PreCheck program
    Next year, elite travelers with United Continental will have the opportunity to move more quickly through airport security, Transportation Security Administration chief John Pistole says. Delta Air Lines and American Airlines already participate in the program, which allows participants who have provided personal information and flight history to often keep their shoes and coats on at screening stations. Bloomberg Businessweek (12/8) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  Career Development 
 
Position TitleCompany NameLocation
Director of SafetySkyWest AirlinesSt. George, UT
Safety Manager/CoordinatorF&E Aircraft MaintenanceMultiple Locations, United States
Manager of Financial Analysis (Labor)AllegiantLas Vegas, NV
Manager Regional - Airport PropertyUS AirwaysTempe, AZ
Senior Analyst, Corporate PlanningInternational Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC)Los Angeles, CA
Sr. Analyst, Corporate Finance/TreasuryUS AirwaysTempe, AZ
LoadmasterLynden Air Cargo, LLCAnchorage, AK
CHIEF ENGINEER COMMUNICATION AND SIGNALSConfidentialNationwide, United States
Development EngineerAmSafeAnaheim, CA
Manager, Heavy MaintenanceWorld AirwaysPeachtree City, GA
Mechanic AircraftHawaiian AirlinesHonolulu, HI
Terminal ManagerLAX TWO Corp.Los Angeles, CA
Manager - CRE Financial PlanningUS AirwaysTempe, AZ
Sr. Analyst, Mobile Product DevelopmentUS AirwaysTempe, AZ
Analyst Sr II - Financial Planning & AnalysisUS AirwaysTempe, AZ
Ramp ManagerAirport Terminal Services, Inc. (ATS)St. Louis, MO
Engineer - AvionicsHawaiian AirlinesHonolulu, HI
Manager, Shift Manager - MiamiUS AirwaysMiami, FL
Shift Manager Field Station - JAXUS AirwaysJacksonvillle, FL
Shift Manager - Field Station JFKUS AirwaysJFK, NY
Shift Manager, Hub Focus City - CLTUS AirwaysCharlotte, NC
Airline Center of Excellence - Manager / Senior ManagerAmerican ExpressNew York, NY
Aircraft Services Assistant DirectorAugusta Regional AirportAugusta, GA
Manager Category ProcurementHawaiian AirlinesHonolulu, HI
Sr. Analyst, Airport Manpower Planning/EngineeringUS AirwaysTempe, AZ
Manager, Ground Operations Training & AuditsGlobal Shared ServicesPeachtree City, GA
Sr Analyst II - Division FinanceUS AirwaysTempe, AZ
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