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From private jets to Web-based meetings, there are many alternatives for frequent fliers who don't have time for hassles

As news of the foiled potential terrorist plot targeting commercial flights between Britain and the U.S. made its way around the globe, flights were canceled, airports stepped up security, and passengers were left stranded in long lines and overcrowded waiting areas. In the U.S., there was confusion in airports because of changes to screening procedures issued by the Transportation Security Agency (TSA).

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