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Persian Gulf War / Airlines / Security, Travel #337190

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 06, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Rita Braver) Federal Aviation Administration and airline officials reported deciding not to increase airport security; details given of dramatic drop in air travel due to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's terrorism threat. [Air Transport Association vice president Thomas KELLY, travelers Don BAKER, Stan JOHNSON, Ruth HARTWICK, Joanne DONAHUE - comment on delays.] .....

(Studio: Ray Brady) Economic hardship to airlines examined; details outlined on screen; Pan Am's second round of layoffs since Gulf crisis began reported. [Laid-off workers Ken BUECHEN, SKYCAP - comment.] ["Aviation Week" James McKENNA - comments on rise in fuel cost.] [Carnival Cruise Lines Robert DICKENSON - says people are choosing cruise industry.] Rise in ticket prices since Eastern went under cited.

Brady, Ray;
Braver, Rita;
Rather, Dan

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