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Daily Roundup--May 16, 2012

Earlier we reported that the new Berlin airport, scheduled to open on June 3, would be delayed by at least three months. Today is was reported that the new airport won’t open until 2013. As to when in 2013, well, that’s still being decided.


It seems the TSA is failing to report and fix breaches to airport security says a new report from the Department of Homeland Security’s Inspector General. Congress held a hearing on the matter today.


Atlanta airport’s long awaited Maynard Jackson International terminal opens today. The good news is arriving passengers no longer have to go through security and check their bags if they are leaving the airport.


Delta Airlines admits it charged some of its frequent fliers more than other customers for nearly three weeks. The airline says it was due to a computer glitch and corrected the problem. I wonder what would have happened if they didn’t get caught.



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