Changes In Travel Following Terror Attempt

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Read Micheline Maynard's Blog For The New York Times, In Transit

Since the attempted Christmas Day bombing of Northwest flight 253, travelers can expect longer lines at airport security. Micheline Maynard, senior business correspondent for the New York Times, talks about what other changes we can expect in the holiday travel season.

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