IAG delivers security goods

first_imgApproximately 46 tonnes of equipment was shipped from the IAG hubs at London Heathrow International and Madrid-Barajas airports to Rio de Janeiro, using both British Airways and Iberia aircraft. The equipment included body scanners and arch X-ray machines. The FIFA Confederations Cup is held June 15-30, 2013 and brings together eight international football teams and an anticipated 826,000 spectators. The event acts as a dress rehearsal for the FIFA World Cup, which takes place in Brazil during summer 2014.www.iagcargo.comlast_img read more

KSRM Week In Review 6/26-6/30

first_imgSoldotna To Discuss The Use Of Electronic Devices While Driving As A Minor Offense, Special Session Stalled On Oil Tax Bill, East Fork Fire Temporary Flight Restriction Still In Place Borough Assembly Denies Name Adoption Of Local Ridgeline, Alaska Volcano Sends Up Ash Cloud From Aleutian Islands, Special Session Stalled On Oil Tax Bill, Alaska, Prodded By Suit, Enacting New Abortion Regulations, Senate Republican Leaders Postpone Vote On Overhaul To Affordable Care Act Wednesday 6/28 Tuesday 6/27 Senate Healthcare Bill Gives Big Costs To Alaskans, City Of Kenai Having Appraisals Done On Field Of Flowers Governor Walker Discusses Alaska’s Vast Energy Opportunities With President Trump, Alaska Is About To Have One Less Blockbuster, Senate Majority Offers Path To End Oil & Gas Cash Payments, Sarah Palin Sues Paper For Tying Her PAC Ad To Mass Shooting, New Sightings Of Lake Iliamna Monster Friday 6/30 Thursday 6/29 Strengthening The Addiction Treatment Workforce Act, Road Construction From Skilak Lake To Sterling, Beginning On July 1st Monday 6/26 FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week.last_img read more