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Flight delays, crowded airports and other travel frustrations are sure to be amplified over the holidays.
Passengers work around inside Terminal 1  at the O'Hare Airport, Thursday, Dec. 21, 2006, in Chicago. In Chicago, fog prompted the Federal Aviation Administration to reduce the number of flights coming in for all airlines at O'Hare. United spokesman Jeff Kovick said he anticipated delays of more than an hour for United flights at O'Hare. Denver's problems added to the misery at O'Hare and by Thursday afternoon, more than 100 flights had been canceled.  (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)
Passengers work around inside Terminal 1 at the O'Hare Airport, Thursday, Dec. 21, 2006, in Chicago. In Chicago, fog prompted the Federal Aviation Administration to reduce the number of flights coming in for all airlines at O'Hare. United spokesman Jeff Kovick said he anticipated delays of more than an hour for United flights at O'Hare. Denver's problems added to the misery at O'Hare and by Thursday afternoon, more than 100 flights had been canceled. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)Nam Y. Huh / AP
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Flight delays, crowded airports and other travel frustrations are sure to be amplified over the holidays.

Whether you're sitting at the airport wondering when your plane will take off or checking the status of a loved one's flight or curious what the weather is like at your final destination, .