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Monday, Dec. 22, 2008

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Gearing up for Christmas travel

Many of us will be traveling this Christmas. We’ll be heading home to spend the holiday with our families.

Traveling at this time of year is no picnic. You can expect long lines and flight delays at the airport. It’s enough to tax anyone’s nerves!

But you can get help preparing for your trip. Just head over to the Weather Channel. Start by checking the weather at your destination city.

Then, read the tips for safer travel. There are tips to make your trip go more smoothly. For example, the preflight checklist will get you through security without a hiccup.

And don’t miss the advice for cutting your chances of getting bumped. After all, holiday flights are usually booked solid.

Finally, you can check on your flight. Find out if it is delayed before you head to the airport.

Will someone be picking you up at your destination city? Forward this e-mail to them now. That way, they can check the status of your flight.

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