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9/18/2018

A man has been arrested and charged with four counts of criminal trespassing. He is accused of running toward a boarding plane at New Mexico's Santa Fe Regional Airport, leaving and then returning to scale a fence before getting his pants caught on barbed wire.

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Santa Fe Regional Airport
9/18/2018

Washington's Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is getting three more canine teams to help screen passengers at the airport's security checkpoint. Airport officials say the canines help security lines move faster.

9/18/2018

Texas' Dallas Love Field is planning to add a Maggiano's restaurant, bars and more seating to address long lines and a shortage of seats at peak hours. The updates could be in place by spring break.

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Maggiano
9/18/2018

An investigation led by former US Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood looked into the cascade of problems faced by New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport in the wake of a January snowstorm that paralyzed the facility for days. The investigators found that airport workers pitched in and did their best, but were hampered by poor communication and the lack of a central command.

9/18/2018

The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded California's Meadows Field Airport a $1.3 million grant for taxiway repairs.

9/18/2018

Power has been restored at North Carolina's Wilmington International Airport, and the airport is open to aircraft helping with hurricane-relief efforts. United Airlines announced it would resume service at the airport on Wednesday.

9/18/2018

Utah's St. George Regional Airport and Roosevelt Municipal Airport will receive a combined $13.4 million in grants from the Federal Aviation Administration to fund runway improvements.

9/18/2018

The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded Ohio's Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport a $536,000 grant to repair pavement, replace path indicators and install new airfield guidance signs.

9/17/2018

Lockheed Martin will build another 22 GPS III satellites for the Air Force under a new contract worth up to $7.2 billion. "These satellites will provide greater accuracy and improved anti-jamming capabilities, making them more resilient," said Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson.

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C4ISR & Networks, Reuters
9/17/2018

The Air Force is seeking information on potential sources of the AGM-158 Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missiles-Extended Range. Lockheed Martin is the supplier of this missile.

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FlightGlobal (U.K.)
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