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United: No Preboarding for Kids

Are you and your family heading off for Memorial Day weekend? Don’t forget your patience pills and noise cancelling earphones because United Airlines has jumped on the “no preboarding for children” bandwagon. Is this a step forward or backward for childfree air travelers who resent special treatment given to families flying in coach class with babies [...]
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