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An internal British Airways probe into a crash-landing at Heathrow has revealed that the captain and first officer prevented a far worse accident.


Opening Address By
Drs. E.B. Holiday

President, PJIAE N. V.

Thursday, May 10, 2008

Good morning and welcome to this signing ceremony for the fourth collective labor agreement at the airport between the PJIAE and ABVO, the first dating back to 1998.
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CURACAO/Caracas - Four people died and at least four others were injured Monday when a small plane crashed into a house next to a school in Catia La Mar on the Caribbean coast, Venezuelan authorities said. The cause of the fiery accident was unknown. The crash site is some 50 kilometers north of Caracas.
PHILIPSBURG - With crude oil selling above $120/barrel last week, airlines are continuing to scramble to reduce or control costs. Many are parking planes in the Arizona desert, flying fewer flights, and charging more for tickets.
 ARUBA - Measured by the number of passengers, last year was a record year for Aruba Airport Authority (AAA).
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