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'Open Skies' Agreement Aims to Ease Travel

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'Open Skies' Agreement Aims to Ease Travel

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'Open Skies' Agreement Aims to Ease Travel

'Open Skies' Agreement Aims to Ease Travel

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Transatlantic travel may get a little easier after the "Open Skies" agreement goes into effect on Sunday. The agreement will allow airlines based in the U.S. and the European Union to fly direct routes between any two airports within each other's borders.

Jerry Chandler of Cheapflights.com talks with Susan Stamberg about what the increased competition means for passengers.

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