How High Can The Airlines Fly?

Summertime, and the airports are jumping: From LAX to O'Hare to LaGuardia, the nation's landing strips are jammed with vacationers such as Kim Abram, a Chicago Housing Authority administrative assistant flying with her kids to Las Vegas to visit the sister she hadn't seen in three years. "The little ones didn't sleep the night before the flight because they were so excited," Abram says. "We'd never taken a family trip like this before."

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