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Airline

Passport and tickets are just a start
Other documents can prevent hassles

- Jane Engle, Los Angeles Times
Sunday, February 27, 2005 

It takes more than a passport to speed you on your way

Carrying the right documents can prevent trouble, especially for parents or those with medical conditions.
 

Banking on Travel


March 19, 2004


TAKEOFFS & LANDINGS

By Heather Won Tesoriero


As appeared in the Wall Street Journal of San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose Metropolitan Area; Denver Metropolitan Area; Springfield - Holyoke Metropolitan Area; and Washington, DC Metropolitan Area.

Originally Published at

 

ABC7 KGO-TV/DT 12-11-03

 

Nov. 12 2003 — Pets are an important part of the family, so you can imagine how devastated a Napa couple was when a major airline lost their dog. 7 On Your Side's Michael Finney explains.

By Kevin Brass

www.travelagewest.com/newsarticle.asp?articleid=2493

10/6/2003

A federal judge has approved the first settlement in the Sarah Futch Hall antitrust case against the major airlines, prompting speculation that more settlement agreements may soon follow.

JetBlue Action Prompts Suits, Federal Scrutiny

By Kevin Brass

9/15/2003

http://www.travelagewest.com/newsarticle.asp?articleid=2459

Mysterious documents slated for shredding seven years ago may play a key role in travel agents’ current antitrust lawsuits against the major airlines.

With an increase in bankruptcies, travel insurers' business booming

By Barry Estabrook
New York Times

Posted Sept. 4, 2003

For those aboard the ship World Discoverer, an Around the Ring of Fire cruise proved memorable -- perhaps too much so.

By R. Scott Macintosh and Judi Erickson

TravelAgeWest

Originally published at: http://www.travelagewest.com/newsarticle.asp?articleid=2448

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