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12/22/04

Americans Airlines Offers Travelers Chance To Change Tickets

American Airlines is allowing travelers to and from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to change their tickets -- at no cost -- if winter weather interferes.

The nation's largest carrier says anyone ticketed to travel now through Christmas Day, Saturday, December 25th, can change their flights at no charge. Fort Worth-based American says one ticketed change is allowed with no fee or penalty.

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