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121 APPENDIX F Survey Respondents The following airports responded to the survey: Aroports de Montral MiamiDade Aviation Department JFK International Terminal (Terminal 4) Four anonymous responses. Clark County Department of Aviation, Las Vegas McCarran International Airport The following airlines responded to the survey: San Francisco International Airport Tampa International Airport Lufthansa AG Greater Toronto Airports Authority EasyJet Airline Greater Orlando Airport Authority American Airlines Metropolitan Airports Commission (MinneapolisSt. Paul In- United Airlines ternational Airport) Qantas Airlines San Diego County Regional Airport Authority Southwest Airlines Salt Lake City International Airport, Salt Lake City Depart- Skybus Airlines ment of Airports Delta Airlines Williams Gateway Airport Air Canada Halifax International Airport Authority Alaska Airlines Vancouver International Airport Authority British Airways DallasFort Worth International Airport Two anonymous responses. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol