Salt Lake City Airport

February 2010
AirGuide Business;2/22/2010, p10
The article reports on the move of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and the Department of Homeland Security to stop using the word SimpliFLY in all communications following a trademark dispute with Salt Lake City International Airport.


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