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Asiana Settles US Court Claims In San Francisco Crash

March 4, 2015

Asiana Airlines has settled compensation claims filed in US courts by 72 people who were passengers on a flight that crashed at San Francisco Airport in 2013, without disclosing financial terms.
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Asiana Settles US Court Claims In San Francisco Crash

Benettons Expect Binding Offers For WDF By Mid-March

March 3, 2015

The Benetton family expects binding offers for its majority stake in World Duty Free by mid-March, two people close to the matter said.
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Benettons Expect Binding Offers For WDF By Mid-March

More Snow And Ice Hits Flights In Northeast US

March 2, 2015

Snow and ice spread across the northeastern United States again on Sunday and into early Monday, causing flight disruptions at several major airports as February's onslaught of bitter winter weather dragged into the first days of March.
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More Snow And Ice Hits Flights In Northeast US

Dubai Passenger Traffic Up 7.7 Pct In January

March 2, 2015

Passenger traffic at Dubai Airport, which overtook London's Heathrow last year as the world's busiest for international passenger business, rose 7.7 percent in January, the airport's operator said.
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Dubai Passenger Traffic Up 7.7 Pct In January

Mexico's GAP Reports Lower Q4 Profit

February 27, 2015

Mexico's GAP, which operates airports along Mexico's Pacific Coast, said its fourth-quarter profit fell 30 percent on weak revenue and a higher tax bill.
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Mexico's GAP Reports Lower Q4 Profit

Dalaman Airport Gets Loan For New Terminal

February 25, 2015

The European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has provided EUR€175 million (USD$198.66 million) of financing for the construction and operation of a new domestic terminal for Turkey's southern Dalaman airport.
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Dalaman Airport Gets Loan For New Terminal

Ice Storm Hits Texas, Some Flights Cancelled

February 23, 2015

An ice storm battered parts of Texas on Monday, knocking out power and prompting more than 1,500 flight cancellations.
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Ice Storm Hits Texas, Some Flights Cancelled

Heathrow Passenger Numbers Edge Up In 2014

February 23, 2015

The operator of London's Heathrow Airport is hopeful plans to build a new runway could receive long-awaited backing from a government-appointed commission this year, helping bolster traffic at Britain's busiest airport.
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Heathrow Passenger Numbers Edge Up In 2014

Asur's Fourth Quarter Profit Falls 20 Percent

February 23, 2015

Mexican airport operator Asur on Monday said its fourth-quarter profit fell 20.42 percent on exchange-rate losses.
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Asur's Fourth Quarter Profit Falls 20 Percent

Rockets Fired On Libya's Labraq Airport

February 21, 2015

Attackers fired rockets at eastern Libya's Labraq Airport on Saturday targeting one of the oil producer's few functioning air hubs in a country gripped by violence.
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Bomb Threat Grounds Swiss Aircraft In Zurich

February 20, 2015

A bomb threat was made on Friday against an aircraft operated by Swiss International Air Lines at Zurich airport, a spokesman for the airport said.
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Bomb Threat Grounds Swiss Aircraft In Zurich

United Probes Relationship With Former PANYNJ Head

February 20, 2015

United Airlines has opened an internal investigation into its relationship with the former chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, following a government investigation.
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United Probes Relationship With Former PANYNJ Head

Istanbul Snowstorm Grounds Flights

February 18, 2015

A snowstorm in Istanbul grounded planes at the city's Ataturk Airport for three hours on Wednesday, Turkish officials said.
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Istanbul Snowstorm Grounds Flights

TCI Takes 6.7 Percent Stake In Aena

February 18, 2015

The Children's Investment Fund Management (TCI) took a 6.7 percent stake in last week's listing of Spanish airport operator Aena to become the biggest shareholder after the state.
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TCI Takes 6.7 Percent Stake In Aena

Icy Storm Hits Central United States

February 17, 2015

Record-breaking cold gripped the eastern United States on Monday while an icy winter storm crippled the nation's central states and then moved into the mid-Atlantic.
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Icy Storm Hits Central United States