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March 2006
Enterprise/Salt Lake City;3/20/2006, Vol. 35 Issue 38, p15
Discusses the difference between a consolidator airfare and tour operator airfare. Examples of tour operator airfare; Savings from a consolidator airfare; Importance of dealing with a travel agent when purchasing airline tickets.


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