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Austin-Bergstrom serves 10 million passengers

By Michael Garko, In Airline News

The city of Austin has seen large jumps in growth recently, and that growth has translated into Austin-Bergrstrom International Airport… 142 more words

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Fines set for marijuana possession in Denver

By Michael Garko, In Airline News

Marijuana may have been legalized by the state of Colorado on January 1, but possession of the drug will be prohibited inside Denver International Airport. 190 more words

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Raleigh/Durham finally scores San Fransisco route

By Michael Garko, In Airline News

After years of campaigning for west coast flights, Raleigh-Durham International Airport has finally secured a valuable route for the airport.  306 more words

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North Carolina city hopes to lure legacy carrier

By Michael Garko, In Airline News

Leaders in the Eastern North Carolina city of Kinston are looking to start an attempt to bring back passenger service to the area.  328 more words

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Huntington W. Va. to lose Delta service

By Michael Garko, In Airline News

Add another airport to the list of cities losing major carrier service due to escalating fuel costs.  Delta announced on Monday that it will end its two daily flights to Detroit from Huntington, W. 123 more words

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United pulling out of Oakland

By Michael Garko, In Airline News

United Airlines will be ending all scheduled service to Oakland International Airport on June 3.  The world’s largest airline currently flies to its Denver hub from Oakland. 108 more words

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Little Rock National Airport gets new name

By Michael Garko, In Airline News

Board members voted Tuesday morning to change the name of Little Rock National Airport.  The Arkansas airport will soon be known as Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport. 299 more words

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