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Miami Heat, Mayor Gimenez clash on proposed deal over AmericanAirlines Arena
MiamiHerald.com
Miami Heat owner Micky Arison announced an agreement Wednesday evening with Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez for extended county payments to the AmericanAirlines Arena — only to have Gimenez say an hour later that the proposed subsidies are ...
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Dallas Morning News (blog)

We're guessing that Virgin America is getting the two American Airlines gates ...
Dallas Morning News (blog)
As we employ our astute detective skills, we've come to the conclusion that Virgin America is getting the two gates at Dallas Love Field that American Airlines is giving up. We have three reasons: 1. A person not connected to Virgin America but with ...
Virgin America scheduled to hold press event in Dallas on Friday. Sign that ...Fort Worth Star Telegram (blog)

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SFGate

Why American Airlines (AAL) Stock Is Up Today
TheStreet.com
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- American Airlines (AAL) was gaining 1.6% to $36.76 Wednesday following positive quarterly results from Boeing (BA) and Delta Airlines (DAL). In its quarterly results Delta announced that revenue grew 4.9% to $8.92 billion, in ...
Why the Numbers Just Don't Add Up to Buy United AirlinesMotley Fool
Major Airlines: Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL), American Airlines Group (NASDAQ ...Gaining Green
American Airlines Group (AAL) Scheduled to Post Quarterly Earnings on ThursdayWatch List News (press release)
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American Airlines Wheel and Brake Center goes green
Tulsa World
Dusty Armstrong demonstrates the work he performs on an aircraft wheel at the American Airlines Wheel and Brake Center on Tuesday. The airline announced that the shop is now a “zero-landfill” facility in regard to the environment. STEPHEN PINGRY ...

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Tulsa's American Airline Facility Going Green
News On 6
Tom Nelson, with American Airlines, said, "The water that we were using, we were running about 800 to 1,000 tons of wastewater and that would go out to a local landfill and just be dumped." That filthy water would soak into the ground, but now, thanks ...

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