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  • NTSB: United 757 pilots doused windshield fire twice


    <p>The captain of a United Airlines Boeing 757-200 that was cruising at 36,000ft (10,973m) en route from New York JFK...


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  • NTSB: United 757 pilots doused windshield fire twice

    News | 21 May 2010 16:52 | John Croft

    <p>The captain of a United Airlines Boeing 757-200 that was cruising at 36,000ft (10,973m) en route from New York JFK airport to Los Angeles the night of 16...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/NTSB-United-757-pilots-doused-windshield-fire-twice-342312/
  • Piedment FBO

    News | 22 Feb 2000 00:00

    <p>Piedment Hawthorne has opened a new fixed-base operation (FBO) at Harrisburg International Airport in Pennsylvania. The company now operates a chain of 31 FBOs throughout the USA and Canada.</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Piedment-FBO-62290/
  • BAA unveils sharp rise in full-year profits

    News | 26 May 1998 09:12 | Stewart Penney

    <BODY LINK="#0000ff" VLINK="#800080"> <P>In the year to 31 March 1998, UK airports operator BAA increased its pre-tax profit to £480 million ($786 million) - an increase of 17.9% - based on a 22.3% increase in revenues to £1.68 billion.</P> <P>Profit after tax but before exceptional items was up 11.4% to £371 million. Exceptional items during the year included a £102 million "windfall tax" imposed by the UK Government and an £8 million gain from property sales.</P> <P>Before acquisitions, revenues increase to £1,442 million, up 5%, while operating costs grew at the slightly faster rate of 5.1% to £927 million. The major acquisition during the year was the purchase of Duty Free International (DFI) of the USA.</P> <P>BAA's capital expenditure in the 1997/98 financial year was up 29.4% to £642 million. Its largest single project was the Heathrow Express rapid rail system connecting London's busiest airport with the city centre which consumed £171 million.</P> <P>A mere £23 millionhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/BAA-unveils-sharp-rise-in-full-year-profits-230742/
  • BAA wins third US airport contract

    News | 22 Jan 1998 10:15 | Stewart Penney

    <BODY LINK="#0000ff" VLINK="#800080"> <P>UK airport operator BAA has signed a ten-year deal with the Susquehanna Area Regional Airport Authority (SARAA) to manage Harrisburg International airport in Pennsylvania, USA, and its relief Capital City airport.</P> <P>A new operating company, BAA Harrisburg, will receive a $500,000 fixed annual management fee plus a variable fee based on measurable financial improvements. There is also the provision for a contract renewal.</P> <P>BAA says; "This is a small contract. However, it is strategically significant, bringing us our third operational contract in the USA. It involves no financial input from BAA, yet allows us to benefit from synergies with Pittsburgh and Indianapolis, and increases our American exposure."</P> <P>Harrisburg International handled around 1.2 million passengers in 1996 while Capital City is predominately a general aviation airport. SARAA will retain responsibility for FAA compliance, rates and charges plus long term phttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/BAA-wins-third-US-airport-contract-228355/
  • Evergreen eavesdroppper

    News | 22 Feb 1995 00:00

    The durable Lockheed C-130 has been used in many 'special' roles <p>Martin Streetly/LONDON </p> <p>By the time the Lockheed C-130J transport aircraft enters production in 1996, the Hercules will have been in service for 40 years. Its longevity is matched by the diversity of roles it has been called on to perform, not the least of which is that of the electronic "special-mission" platform. </p> <p>Even within this highly specialised category, role diversity is a feature, with an as-yet unknown number of C-130 variants being configured for tasks such as radio relay, communications and radar jamming, airborne command and control, electronic reconnaissance, psychological warfare, radar surveillance and airborne early warning (AEW). </p> <p>As might be expected, many of these applications have been restricted to the US military, a situation, which the ending of the Cold War and the emergence of a fourth generation C-130 looks likely to change. When the C-130's reputation for reliabilihttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Evergreen-eavesdroppper-27824/