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9 Things You Should Always Carry on an Economy Flight

Flying in economy class today is a far cry from the golden age of flying, when a standard flight provided free blankets, meals, and even alcoholic drinks in some cases. Airlines these days compete to offer the lowest prices possible, and to do so, they’ve stripped out many of the amenities...
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