NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 26, 1999
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Washington: Bob Faw) Large numbers of people staying home for New Year's Day reported; details given of attempts by the travel industry to lure customers and the cancellation of flights by airlines; historical footage shown. [PERSON - says he will be home.] [Federal Aviation Administration director Jane GARVEY - says her flight was canceled.] [Carlson Wagonlit Travel Steve LOUCKS - says people are turned off by the hype.] [NBC travel editor Peter GREENBERG - says the travel industry got greedy.] [World Wide Cruises Lee ROBBINS - says millennium packages are selling at a discount.]
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