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So You’re Flying This Thanksgiving? Here’s Which Parts Are the Riskiest. – Slate

What to expect, and what risks you’ll take, from the moment you enter the airport.

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Its important to be cautious in the airport as well as on the plane.PATRICK FALLON/AFP via Getty Images
Our first holiday season under the pall of the coronavirus is upon us. Cases may be rising, and states may be implementing a new spateofshutdowns, but its looking like air travel will see big increases heading into Thanksgiving and throughout the holiday season. Relatively, anyway: While ticket sales are down about 40 percent compared to this time last year, American Airlines still expects that…

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