Travel Agents Cash in on American Chaos With thousands of people stranded at airports across the country, travel agents have their work cut out for them. But there's a silver lining: the debacle is helping business.
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Travel Agents Cash in on American Chaos

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Travel Agents Cash in on American Chaos

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Travel Agents Cash in on American Chaos

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With thousands of people stranded at airports across the country, travel agents have their work cut out for them. But there's a silver lining for travel agents. Alex Cohen talks to Larry Swerdlin of Burton Travel in Maryland about how the American Airlines debacle is helping business.