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  • Berger checked into the airport hotel to avoid the confrontation only to be greeted by a team of Airport police who broke into his room and claiming that Linda said Liam was kidnapped by Berger.

    Edward Lozzi: Obama and Clinton Fight International Parental Kidnappings

  • M. O'BRIEN: Apparently the plane had declared an emergency and was trying to make its way back to the main airport there, M.hrabad Airport, International Airport, and crashed as it was trying to make its way back to the airport.

    CNN Transcript Dec 6, 2005

  • The girl's mother lodged a complaint with the airport officials and officers from Airport police station arrested Reza, airport sources said.

    rediff.com

  • The AOCC has been designed to cater various operational and service requirements for daily airport management system, integrating 19 IT systems to manage the terminal and also capable to view and monitor overall operations of Airport for real time inputs and collaborative operations.

    SiliconIndia.com

  • "It looks at how many passengers will be coming through your airport over the next twenty years, how many airplanes will be landing at your airport," says Airport spokesperson Christina Siebold.

    WTVC NewsChannel 9: Chattanooga News, Weather, Radar, Sports, Lottery : News

  • Luton Borough Council, which owns the airport, said: 'The Council has been assured that all employees at the Airport receive criminal record and security checks.

    Doctor Bulldog & Ronin

  • Santa Monica airport, a hub for celebrities arriving in their private jets, says there wasn't a big increase in air traffic for the Jackson memorial: "When the Michael Jackson event happened, we didn't really see a huge increase in aircraft here," says Airport

    LA Weekly | Complete Issue

  • FYROM renamed the airport in the FYROM capital of Skopje, the "Alexander the Great" Airport; resurrected the tenets of the old, purely Bulgarian uprising of 1903 against the Turks and embraced them to write its irredentist constitution; borrowed personalities from the pantheon of Greek heroes and Bulgarian heroes, writers, officers and revolutionaries; inculcated in the young minds the defunct communist expansionist tendencies and the idea to hate the Greeks, a violation of article 7 of the Interim Agreement (Vlasides 2003); and, worst of all, it violated article 11 of the Interim Agreement, stating that FYROM may not use any other name, other that "FYROM" until an agreement on the name is reached.

    American Chronicle

  • Don't know the reason for this, but our airport does have what they call Airport Adventure, consisting mostly of static display of aircraft and airport equipment.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • My network location was set to a custom configuration that I called Airport Only ... the Airport was the only available "port" for network connectivity as I had deleted all others

    Discussions: Message List - root

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