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September 21, 2016 - WWLP.com

Travelers' Biggest Airline Pet Peeves - by Mary Moloney

(CNN)—It doesn’t matter how old you are, where you’re from or what you do. The biggest annoyance when flying is when someone kicks your seat. That’s according to an international survey on the global travel experience.

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February 5, 2016 - NY Times

Hamptons Rental Season Starts Early - by Kayla Laterman

Although some early birds can be counted on to buck the trend, most people seeking summer rentals in the Hamptons tend to start their search around Presidents’ Day weekend in mid-February, real estate agents say. But inquiries for the summer of 2016 started coming in much sooner, some as early as October and November of last year.

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As a result of several high-profile attacks around the world, terrorism has become a concern among countless international travelers in a way that it has not been in years past. Add to that the uncertainty associated with climate change and the growing frequency of natural disasters, and you have yet another source of hesitation among globe trotters when it comes to travel in 2016.

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December 17, 2015 - Boston Globe

Travel Fears can Override Cold Statistics - by Christopher Muther

“Rational people see the statistics and they know that, ‘Yes, I’m more likely to die from a shark attack or a selfie stick accident as compared to terrorism,’ but I think when people are traveling and not somewhere familiar, the calculations skew in a way that no longer makes them rational,” said Juliette Kayyem, a Harvard lecturer and the former assistant secretary for intergovernmental affairs in the Department of Homeland Security.

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December 17, 2015 - Big Online News

When Fear of Transport Becomes Irrational, Everybody Loses - by Big Online News Staff

As footage from a Nov militant attacks in Paris was recapitulated on 24-hour wire news networks, aroused travelers fast canceled flights and hotel rooms, or altered their holiday transport skeleton to equivocate Paris.

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