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Woman attacks hubby at airport after finding ‘indecent’ images on his phone

Woman attacks hubby at airport after finding ‘indecent’ images on his phone

A couple’s trip to South Carolina was cut short before it even got going when the wife was detained for reportedly beating her husband at the airport after discovering lewd pictures on his phone.

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After the violent altercation on Wednesday at the Charleston International Airport, Paula Barbour, 55, was charged with third-degree domestic violence, according to WCSC. The pair were engaged in an argument when police arrived on the scene at 2:50 p.m. to react to an “active domestic” situation.

According to the police incident report that the outlet was able to obtain, the suspect said that all she wanted was to fly home and away from the victim. She claimed that while on vacation in South Carolina, she “saw multiple lewd photographs” on his cellphone, which made her mood worse.

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She questioned him about the lewd photos, and they got into a fight. Although the man claimed to have been attacked, security footage allegedly showed his wife kicking him in the knees, tossing the phone to the ground, and attempting to strike him in the face. After confessing to hitting him, Barbour was taken into custody.

After being brought to the Al Cannon Detention Facility, she was later released on a $5,237 bail.

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AAHK Introduces Financial Incentives for Airlines to Expand Routes to HKIA

AAHK Introduces Financial Incentives for Airlines to Expand Routes to HKIA

Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) has introduced a new programme to provide incentives for airlines to open more routes and increase frequency of flights connecting to Hong Kong, with a view to further strengthening the position of Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) as an international aviation hub.

Following the Early Bird Guaranteed Landing Charge Rebate Scheme which ended in March this year, AAHK launched the new Airport Network Development Programme (the Programme) in June 2024 after consultation with local and foreign airlines’ representatives. The Programme includes two schemes, namely the New Route Scheme and the Strategic Development Scheme.

Under the New Route Scheme, all passenger and cargo airlines that launch new destinations connecting to HKIA with a defined continuity will be eligible to receive financial incentives for two years.

Both airlines now operating at HKIA and airlines that are new to HKIA are eligible to receive incentives from the Programme, which is open for applications from 1 June 2024 to 31 December 2027.

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The Strategic Development Scheme encourages airlines to operate routes aligned with AAHK’s strategy. Any passenger and cargo airlines that launch new routes and/or increases frequencies to AAHK’s targeted regions or countries will be granted financial incentives for three years.

In addition, to encourage airlines to utilise the HKIA Dongguan Logistics Park (HKIALP) for air cargo operation, the same offer will also be applicable to any incremental cargo flights provided that all cargoes on board are accepted at HKIALP in Dongguan.

In addition, AAHK has been sponsoring airlines on their promotional activities for launching new routes at HKIA.   

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