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'Morning Edition' Returns: Affairs of the Air

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'Morning Edition' Returns: Affairs of the Air

'Morning Edition' Returns: Affairs of the Air

'Morning Edition' Returns: Affairs of the Air

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A survey for United's credit card finds nearly 1 in 4 flyers is hoping to meet a date — or a future spouse — on board, while 28 percent hope to meet a friend. Of course, should the seatmate turn out to be a bore — nearly half avoid talking by picking up a book, and 41 percent quickly snap on the headphones.

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