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November 05, 2012

Monday Midday Must-Reads

-Airlines flying to East Coast airports, particularly those in New York and New Jersey, are bringing extra fuel with them. According to this Associated Press article, airlines are adding extra fuel to their incoming flights to prevent additional delays and cancellations in case there is not enough fuel at the airport where it lands.

-United Airlines debuted its Dreamliner on Sunday on a Houston to Chicago flight. "If you want to be the world’s leading airline, then you need the world’s leading airplane, and we have that," Chief Executive Officer Jeff Smisek told Bloomberg News.

-Airlines are also starting to total up the financial damage from Hurricane Sandy. Delta said the storm reduced its October profit by $20 million, TheStreet.com reported in this article.

-Andrea Ahles



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