ABC Evening News for Friday, Jul 28, 1978
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(Studio) Report on difficulty of air travel within Europe and to US, due to French air traffic controllers' slowdown and lack of available standby seats on planes to US. TWA's inability to sell standby seat to Boston in 3 weeks noted.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings
(No location given) Report on conditions encountered by Americans trying to return home on standby status. [Honolulu resident Robin WONG - presumes airlines know how summer traffic will be and thinks they should warn passengers to get reserved seat.] Pan Am's accommodations for standby passengers given as example [TWA spokesperson Ron SIMKINS - discusses situation.] [Seattle resident Janet ELZEY can't afford full fare seat.]
REPORTER: Greg Dobbs
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