Airlines don't like no-shows. But, unreasonable change fees seem to encourage passengers to stick it to the airlines. Why keep the current system?
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It really doesn't matter whether you're a “Road Warrior” or an infrequent leisure traveler. If you're flying across multiple time zones, you'll likely experience “jet lag” at your destination. Ned Levi has 10 tips for you to limit the effects of "jet lag."
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