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Resource ID: #17254
Subject: Airports
Source: Consumer Reports
Date: October 2000



"Air travelers resigned to suffering may be surprised to discover that they have alternatives to long lines, long treks, and long delays at big, traffic-chocked airports. But in major metropolitan areas from Boston to Miami ... some two dozen smaller airports are now competing for customers by offering lower fares, greater convenience, and more amenities. Our report helps consumers take advantage of their new airport options and shows that, by shopping wisely for the best deals in price, time, and convenience, they'll not only gain more control over their total travel experience, but they'll better protect the rest and relaxation value of their vacation.

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