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FNC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 26, 2004
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Some of the people stuck in the Christmas travel disaster. Switching gears now, finally on their way home, Comair put some of its planes back in the air a day after the computer system that manages its flight assignments crashed, forcing it to cancel all eleven hundred of its flights. The subsidiary of Delta Airlines says it hopes to be operating a full schedule by the end of the week. But it's day four of a miserable situation for U.S. Airways passengers, many of them still stuck at Philadelph...

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