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Passengers traveling in the air may already expect to find long lines at security checkpoints, crowded gate areas and fully packed planes. But they may also find themselves charmed by some of the fun activities and perks airports and airlines will be offering.

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Flying with a suitcase stuffed to the brim with presents for friends and family this holiday? The Transportation Security Administration may unwrap passengers' hard work with wrapping paper, ribbon and bows, but there is an easy way to avoid such mishap.

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December 14, 2018 - Condé Nast Traveler

How Air Travel Will Change in 2019 - by Kristen Leigh Painter

Good and bad news await travelers as the air travel forecasts some changes in the coming year. While travelers may benefit from biometrics and more options to customize their trips, airfares will see potential hikes.

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December 13, 2018 - CBS News

AAA Predicts Record-Breaking Holiday Travel

With 112.5 million travelers expected to be traveling in the U.S. this holiday season, AAA advises travelers to leave early, use real-time traffic apps, have alternate routes planned and leave on the holiday if possible.

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For three years in a row, Chile is ranked as the best destination for adventure-lovers in the world, according to Lonely Planet. Visit the nation blessed with diverse and varied landscapes offering unique opportunities for exploration.

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