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Cranky on the Web (May 21 – 25)

Atlanta’s New International Terminal Opened—Here’s How it Will Benefit You – Conde Nast Daily Traveler The overly-expensive new terminal in Atlanta is open. For connecting passengers, you won’t care that much, but for those starting or ending in Atlanta, things are going to be a lot easier. United Airlines ends coach preboarding for children – [...]
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