Aviation News Today: Headlines 09.12.08

December 29, 2008

Peters- New Steps to Improve FAA’s Safety Program
House Hearing on the Passenger Watchlist
FAA Awards Controller Training Contract to Raytheon
Cargo radiation scanning starts at Dulles
DOT Awards Small Community Air Service Grants
TSA Issues Travel Advisory for Venezuela
AA says US capacity reductions permanent
UA Refutes Bankruptcy Report
DHL to pay $260 mln in severance
Continental Cuts Pilots
Alaska Airlines Equips Fleet with Runway Awareness Technology:
Sensis Multilateration System Operational At London Gatwick
Continental to Launch 3RD Daily NY-Heathrow Flight
Continental Plans New Routes
Horizon Links Sacramento to Santa Barbara
Air Canada to offer in-flight Internet service

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One Response to “Aviation News Today: Headlines 09.12.08”

  1. FlashFizz on December 29th, 2008 1:28 pm

    Radioactivity is …
    Radioactivity is everywhere at some level. Living tissue contains trace amounts of carbon-14. However, I think the idea that kitty litter is particularly radioactive is an urban legend. The legend may have originated from a pet owner not properly disposing the waste from his cat undergoing radiation therapy.

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