Federal funds to make airport’s flights safer
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act is providing $9.2 million for improvement projects that are expected to make flights safer, more efficient and more reliable, at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

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Delhi on high alert for I-Day as terror threats persist
The capital turned into a security fortress on the eve of India's 64th Independence Day, with market places, railway stations and airports placed under heavy surveillance Saturday. Thousands of policemen and troopers were deployed at the Red Fort - the main celebrations venue - and other places in the light of terror threats.

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God made us for the long haul, so take time for maintenance
Fourteen years ago the news shocked people in airports around the nation. Investors lost their money. Employees didn't know if they would have a job the next day. Trusting passengers going to work, vacations or to see their families were left stranded. The up-and-coming airline of the day, Value Jet, was grounded indefinitely.

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